| Croppies Memorial Park opposite the Ashling Hotel, near Heuston station since February 2011|
Michael Smurfit's father, James Joyce's Finnegans Wake
memorial park, wolftone quay, Arran Quay, Dublin, Ireland
Spire of Dublin, The Custom House, James Joyce Centre, Collins Barracks - Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral
Anna Livia (monument) Wikipedia
Anna Livia is a bronze monument located in Croppies Memorial Park in Dublin, Ireland. It was formerly located on O'Connell Street.
Designed by the sculptor Éamonn O'Doherty, the monument was commissioned by businessman Michael Smurfit, in memory of his father, for the Dublin Millennium celebrations in 1988.
The monument is a personification of the River Liffey (Abhainn na Life in Irish) which runs through the city. Anna Livia Plurabelle is the name of a character in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake who also embodies the river. In the monument's original location, the river was represented as a young woman sitting on a slope with water flowing past her. Dubliners nicknamed it the Floozie in the Jacuzzi, a nickname that was encouraged by the sculptor.
The monument was removed from its site on O'Connell Street in 2001 to make room for the Spire of Dublin. In late February 2011, partly reworked and refurbished, the statue was relocated to Croppies Memorial Park next to the Liffey, near Heuston station.