Annie Moore Statue

Annie Moore Statue, Cobh: Address, Annie Moore Statue Reviews: 4.5/5

Annie Moore Statue
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Jay C
Cobh, Ireland26 contributions
Aug 2021 • Family
There’s a timely and timeless message about Annie’s statue that just can’t be ignored. Her story will forever be relatable to anyone who has families, relatives and friends who had brave immigrating to another country. So lovely and touching that Cobh recognized not just the historic significance of her departure but also the human element of longing and separation. A must-see in my book!
Written 18 August 2021
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507william
Dublin, Ireland19 contributions
Aug 2021
Nice statue of Annie and her two children who arrived at Ellis Island in New York on the day it opened The statue is very close to the Heritage Centre and worth a quick look and to listen to very clear recording in any of 6 languages - English, French, Irish, Italian, Spanish or German.
Written 13 August 2021
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CruisinSusan2014
Reading, UK173 contributions
Aug 2020
This lovely statue overlooks the harbour. The three sculptures offset by brightly coloured fresh flowers are beautifully designed and seemingly made with love. The two boys and mother all seem wrapped up in their own worlds. The statue reflects a bygone era and it belongs exactly where it is which is near where the front of where the doomed Titanic would have been docked.
Written 19 August 2020
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Eamonn D
Gorey, Ireland73 contributions
Aug 2020
One can't help but be moved by the image of this memorial to Annie Moore and her family and thinking of the thousands of Iris Emigrants who departed these quays for countries all over the world, most would never see their homeland again, many would not even survive the voyage. It's a fitting memorial and located in a very beautiful area of the quays which is beautifully decorated with colourful flowers etc.
Written 11 August 2020
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MiAndN
Spiddal, Ireland29 contributions
Aug 2020 • Family
Free to view - this statue is replicated on Ellis Island offering a connection across the Atlantic for the many Irish families who have relatives in the USA as a result of the mass emigration in the last century.
Written 1 August 2020
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Alan D
Dublin, Ireland54 contributions
Feb 2020
Knowing the bit of the history of Ireland which I do this statue has more meaning to me than most statues in Ireland. With all the talk of imigrants coming to ireland these days its important to remember our own history. We should open our doors to people who wish to come here from anywhere in the world on condition that they contribute to society. When we went to New York its generally known we (the Irish) built the city. No handouts were given we worked for everything we had. The statue is very sombering. Its also a good reminder to all the irish snowflakes out there that you need to work for what you get.
Written 24 February 2020
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Ben D
California, MO58 contributions
Mar 2019
We have been there 3 times over the years 2000, 2011, 2013, . we love this area of Ireland, and we love Cobh. it is a port and has a Magnificent Church that is upon a hill over looking the sea/town.
Written 13 February 2020
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Ron437
Westerville, OH142 contributions
Sep 2019
Nice historic statue outside the Cobh Heritage Centre. This statue commemorates the first Irish immigrant who went to America through Ellis Island. Being from US this was a neat thing to see here in Ireland.
Written 10 February 2020
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obistevekenobi
Ballina, Ireland83 contributions
Jan 2020 • Family
We had an hour to kill to visit the Titanic experience so walked this direction and stumbled upon this statue. Nice reminder of times past with a plaque with some history. Nice touch that the same statue is on Ellis Island also.
Written 19 January 2020
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Rose M
Cedar Grove, NJ16 contributions
Nov 2019 • Couples
Very pretty statue. Right in the center you can't help but stop for a quick visit. Music was playing and people enjoying.
Written 7 November 2019
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