Constructed between 1814-18, the GPO (General Post Office) building was at the center of the 1916 Easter Rising.
It was the headquarters for those who took part in April 1916 Easter Uprising & is located on O'Connell Street - the capital's main thoroughfare.
The Irish Declaration of Independence - & Proclamation of the Irish Republic was first announced there by Pádraig Pearse in April 1916.|
The building was shelled during the week long insurrection by British artillery & a gunboat on the Liffey. It remained gutted and in a derelict state for several years afterwards.
The GPO building was restored during the 1920's when Ireland became a Free State & secured Independence from Britain in 1922.
Dublin GPO building (General Post Office) on O'Connell Street.
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