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Quiz: Who is this Dublin landmark named after?

Have a guess.

DUBLIN. A FAIR city.

A city full of landmarks. Landmarks named after people. But who are those people?

You guess.

This is named after...
Wellington
Trafalgar

Nelson
Keynes
These gates go into a barracks named after who?
Michael Collins
Arthur Griffith

Cathal Brugha
Dick McKee
This is the view from a monument to whom?
Samuel Beckett
WB Yeats

James Joyce
Oscar Wilde
On Dublin's northside, this road is named after which former President?
Eamon De Valera
Mary Robinson

Douglas Hyde
Sean T O'Kelly
This footbridge is named after...
James Joyce
Sean O'Casey

George Bernard Shaw
Roddy Doyle
This train station is named after...
Sean Heuston
James Connolly

Eamon Ceannt
Padraig Pearse
This is one of two full-length public statues of women in Dublin. Who is it of?
Elizabeth Farrell
Rosie Hackett

Lady Gregory
Constance Markievicz
Who is this man?
Wolfe Tone
Daniel O'Connell

The O'Rahilly
Charles Stewart Parnell
Who is this library named for?
Hugh Lane
Alfred Chester Beatty

Thomas Bodkin
Thomas Clarke Luby
This is a statue of man beside a bridge which also carries his name. Which is?
Henry Grattan
Rory O'More

Matt Talbot
Father Theobald Mathew
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You're Ronnie Drew!
Pure Dublin you are. Coddle, anyone?
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You're Amy Huberman!
A Dublin treasure, so you are.
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You're Dustin!
Pure Dub, but not the smartest.
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You're Tom Cruise!
A Dubliner in name, maybe...
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You're Roy Keane!
You're the opposite of a Dub.
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