Bronze statue of Davis, and a fountain in front of it. The fountain epicts trumpeting Heralds of the Four Provinces proclaiming one of Davis's best-known poems A Nation Again. The surrounding tablets illustrate harrowing scenes from the Great Famine of the 1840s.
There is a text stone in the pavement, but the Irish text is unreadable, apart from Davis' name.
- Edward Delaney (Claremorris, Co. Mayo 1930 - Carraroe 2009),
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Locatie (N 53°20'39" - W 6°15'38") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: ie020; Photograph: 9 June 2014
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