Liberty Hall by Jando
Liberty Hall is another well known landmark on the banks of the River Liffey. Completed in 1965 and designed by architect Desmond Ray O'Kelly, this building was the tallest in Dublin for many years. Previously home to the Irish Transport and General Workers Union , the union SIPTU occupy the space now and their social justice banners are often seen draped across the building.
It also happens to be Jando's favorite building in Dublin!
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