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English: James Joyce statue on North Earl Street near its junction with O'Connell Street in Dublin, by Marjorie FitzGibbon
Deutsch: James-Joyce-Statue in Dublin.
Date 1990's (the statue)
Source Own work
Author Toniher; Marjorie FitzGibbon (the statue)

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