The Liberty Tree

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A commemorative sculpture, entitled "The Liberty Tree" was commissioned by Carlow Local Aurthorities to mark the Bicentenary of the 1798.

The macabre imagery is a deliberate statement of thought provocation; the stem of the tree is made up of clambering skeletons.

It commemorates the 1798 Rising of the United Irishmen. There were several hundred rebels slain in Carlow town and their remains are buried in the 'Croppies Grave', in nearby Graiguecullen.
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Date Created 1/18/2010
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David-Photosynth-Team Over 1 year ago
very interesting, and beautifully photogaphed.
nutterguy Over 1 year ago
Nice Synth. Light is very nice! :-)
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