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Liberty Hall by the River Liffey is not the prettiest of buildings. It's the tallest in Dublin or one of them and it's one of those 1970's kitch glass towers that makes me glad the country had no money in those times otherwise we'd have...More
Having now read the history of this skyscraper, I've had to revise my opinion -slightly. Yes, it's unfortunate that it's so near the elegant Customs House,but the political posters adorning Liberty Hall are interesting. I understand that planning permission was granted at a City level,...More
So if there's some great eyesore of a 1960s tower block looming over the river Liffey, what do you do? It is currently adorned with images referring to the history of the other buildings that stood here previously, and the role they played in the...More
the Liberty Hall is located in one of the highest buildings in Ireland, home to SIPTU, the Services Industrial Professional and Technical Union of Ireland. And at our visit, the whole tower was decorated in memory of the Irish workers struggle for social justice and...More
Absolutely nothing worth saying about this bland dreary eyesore other than it is close to the bus station and the liffey, it houses a trade union organisation called Siptu and has a statue of the esteemed James Connolly facing it.
If you are visiting Dublin there is one building that stands above all and that is Liberty hall, even though it wouldn't the most attractive of buildings, it is still a very predominent part of the Dublin Skyline.
The site on which the building stands...More