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Fusilier's Arch, Dublin

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  • This arch was erected in 1907 and is the main entrance of St Stephen's Green Park. Modeled to be a smaller version of the Arch of Titus in Rome, this bow is a Boer War Memorial, where 212 soldiers of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers were killed fighting for the British.
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  • Fusilier's arch, is a triumphal arch at the Northwest entrance to the St Stephen's Green. He was finished in 1907 and reminds to the fallen in the Second Boer was. The shape and the design is modeled clearly on which the Roman Arch of Titus, which of course must not be detrimental. You can see the arch from afar, if you go to the Grafton Street towards the Park. A neat and impressive entrance gate in a clean and beautiful park. We liked to be here.
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  • The Fusilier Arch as well as being the entrance of St. Stephen Green commemorates the fallen of a corps of riflemen of the Irish army. Nothing exceptional, but still makes impressive entrance to the Park.
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  • St Stephen's Green is a huge park in downtown Dublin. Really green grass all around, people relaxing and lots of birds asking for food. In 2016 there were billboards in almost every corner in the park about the 1916 Rising. Quite touching most of them. It must be really a fun place to walk in the summer.
  • It isn't the most spectacular sight to be seen but it serves moreso as a reminder to our past. It also serves as the entrance to the park.
  • It's hardly the most impressive structure in Dublin but the arch serves as a focal point for adventure in Dublin. As a meeting point it is great, being a landmark that is easy to find situated at the main entrance to St. Stephen's Green across from Grafton Street and beside the terminus of the Luas Green line.
  • It's an escape from the city and enjoyable to sit and relax, and maybe read a book.
  • The arch is an entrance to the St. Stephen's Green park. It reminds you of the past.