Numerous statues are found in the gardens, including an arrogantly laid back Oscar Wilde (Danny Osborne in 1997).
LOVED this statue of Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square - it's situated in the corner directly opposite his childhood home at 1 Merrion Square. Someone had left him a single red rose....
One of the Georgian doorways that Dublin, and Merrion Square in particular, are known for. They certainly add a nice bright touch to the buildings!
Sir William Wilde (1815-1876), a famous eyesurgeon and father of Oscar Wilde, resided at No 1 Merrion Square, which is now occupied by the American College.
One of Dublins more famous addresses, famed for its Georgian architecture and colourful doors. It also has a nice garden in the middle of the square
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