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Irish Hunger Memorial, New York City

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TripAdvisor
  • Although I was expecting something a little bigger, I found this to be a moving tribute to my family's culture! A little walk up the hill and back down takes you through a patch of Irish landscape. Th...  more »
  • I mean that serve little elevated soil, like tombs? Has become. Somehow this construction like kanji, being repaired? I wonder. Compare from the 911 Memorial would I try come so close to a.
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  • Unfortunately I walked over to see the Irish Hunger Memorial and it was all blocked off getting a major face lift and reconstruction. I am sure it will look great when done and the elevated view over ...  more »
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  • Closed until Spring 2017, but... I love this place. From the quotes to the information about the famine and the efforts made to lessen its effects to the beautiful quiet landscape, it's worth a side journey for some beauty and quietude in the middle of this busy place.
  • One of the best and most beautiful hidden parks in NYC. Just a step away from the WTC it's a little oasis of calm. Tastefully done and a genuinely respectful memorial to a tragic piece of Ireland's history.
  • It's a cute little memorial, and while it's certainly nothing worth coming downtown for, if you're walking along the water, it's worth taking a quick detour for. It's well done, and while I didn't quite get it at first, after going to the UK and Ireland two years ago, it does actually seem appropriate for the hilly country side with the stones.
  • Really nice views and definitely a good bit of history to read.
  • Wow - what an overlooked piece of the city. If you go here and get just the right angle, you feel as though you are in Ireland (as long as there aren't any construction cranes in your line of site). Definitely check this place out if you are in the area.