You will find the city center park of St. Stephen’s Green in Dublin, Ireland, which opened to the public in 1880. This is a great little park to wander through. There are some wonderful sculptures of some very notable Irish artists, such as Yeats, Joyce and Emmet. “The Three Fates” bronze, designed by Joseph Wackerle is the sculpture I have posted here. (The simple reason I posted this sculpture photo among the many others, was that the light was the best on this one that day.) The old stone bridge shown is the O’Connell Bridge. This is just a great place to take a break, sit down and people watch when you are exploring Dublin. It’s also a good place to take a break from a few pints and recharge as well. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!