The General Post Office or the GPO as most people call it is a famous landmark and historical building situated in O'Connell Street Dublin. It is one of Ireland's most famous buildings and one of the last Georgian public buildings to be erected in the capital. It is also famous for its bullet hole marks in the pillars which were caused during the Easter Rising in 1916.
The print measures 50cm x 70cm and is printed on 300gsm Somerset white printing paper using 3 colours.
Orientation: Landscape edition size 8
Print is unframed, signed, wrapped in tissue paper an posted in a hard shell poster tube.
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Each product is an original design by Flax Fox
Flax Fox draws her inspiration from local Northern Ireland landmarks and heritage buildings