Statues - Hither & Thither

Ireland
Leixlip - Léim an Bhradáin
Kildare - Cill Dara

Main Street

Confluence - Cumar

Jarlath Daly
1998

Leixlip - <i>Léim an Bhradáin</i> /  Confluence - <i>Cumar</i>   Leixlip - <i>Léim an Bhradáin</i> /  Confluence - <i>Cumar</i>

Description

Sculpture of two armless figures, a man with a sword and a woman, representing the rivers Liffey and Rye.

Inscription(s)

CUMAR

Seasann an dealbh seo, ó láimh iarla Uí Dhálaigh, do chumar abhainn
na Life agus abhainn na Rí.
Nochtaign an tUachtarán, Máire Mhic Chiolla Íosa, don phobal í ar an 23ú
Samhain 1998
Coimisinéirí Bhaile Léim an Bhradáin a chuir suas í le cabhair ó
Chomhairle Contae Chill Dara

CONFLUENCE

This sculpture by Jarlath Daly represents the meeting of the rivers Liffey and Rye.
It was unveiled by the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese, on the 23th of November
1998.
Erected by Leixlip Town Commissioners with assistance from Kildare
County Council

Sculptor

Tags

Location N 53°21'49" W 6°29'23"

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