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Cathal Brugha: ‘An indomitable spirit’ – a portrait of the fire horse that hates Collins

The first thing that is likely to notice when you walk into The Bank bar, on Dublin’s Dame Street, is the sheer size of the place. Your eyes are immediately drawn to the ornate Victorian ceiling. It is easy to see that this place used to be a place where merchants and city merchants made a profit. The business of the empire, more often than not.

n second glance, the delicious irony in the game becomes apparent. The place is honored with symbols of the 1916 war of independence, including a bust of a serious Pearse, a wild-eyed countess, and many other saints and nationalists. Two opposing worlds clash so intensely that it’s interesting or absurd, depending on your perspective.

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