General Post Office, Dublin Photos

The General Post Office on O'Connell Street in Dublin is best known as the occupied HQ of the 1916 Easter Rising and where the Irish Republic was proclaimed. The rebuilt structure still sports bullet holes and hosts a real Post Office and a museum about the Easter Rising.

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General Post Office on O'Connell Street. Dublin, Ireland.Greek hexastyle portico of General Post Office. Dublin, Ireland.General Post Office portico with clock & lamps. Dublin, Ireland.Restored General Post Office interior. Dublin, Ireland.
General Post Office (1818) on O'Connell Street. Dublin, Ireland. Style: Neoclassical. Architect: Francis Johnston.Greek hexastyle portico of General Post Office (1818). Dublin, Ireland.General Post Office portico with clock & lamps. Dublin, Ireland.Restored General Post Office interior. Dublin, Ireland.
General Post Office ceiling restored after building destroyed by fire during 1916 Easter Rising. Dublin, Ireland.Timeline display of events leading up to 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Objects from early 1900s reflecting increasing interest in Irish Celtic culture, including green flag with harp of Irish nationalists & kilts at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Objects reflecting rise of Irish Republicanism at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
General Post Office ceiling restored after building destroyed by fire during 1916 Easter Rising. Dublin, Ireland.Timeline display of events leading up to 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Objects from early 1900s reflecting increasing interest in Irish Celtic culture, including green flag with harp of Irish nationalists & kilts at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Objects reflecting rise of Irish Republicanism (19thC-1914) at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Display on rise of Irish Citizen Army at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Poster declaring Irish Republic first read in public when 1916 Easter Rising occupied General Post Office as its HQ at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of telephone equipment in GPO at time of 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Morse code key & headset types in use during 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Display on rise of Irish Citizen Army (1914) at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Poster declaring Irish Republic first read in public when 1916 Easter Rising occupied General Post Office as its HQ at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Replica of telephone equipment in GPO at time of 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Morse code key & headset types in use during 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Postal delivery bike from time of 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Timeline of post-Easter Rising events at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Display of IRA objects of Irish Civil War at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Remembrance leaflet for Rory O'Connor IRA commander at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Postal delivery bike from time of 1916 Easter Rising at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Timeline of post-Easter Rising events at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Display of IRA objects of Irish Civil War (1919-23) at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Remembrance leaflet (1922) for Rory O'Connor IRA commander at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Replica uniform of Royal Irish Constabulary at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Military Pass of James Treacy at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Posters arguing against treaty with UK which lead to Irish Civil War at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.
Replica uniform of Royal Irish Constabulary (1920) at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Military Pass of James Treacy (c1920) at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.Posters arguing against treaty with UK which lead to Irish Civil War at GPO Museum. Dublin, Ireland.

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