In Ireland, one of the most recognisable buildings in the country is the magnificent Gardiner Bridge, which was built in 1872 as part of the construction of the Great North Road.

The bridge, now part of a multi-million pound project to upgrade its infrastructure, has been the subject of a number of exhibitions over the years.

But the most famous mural is that of the city’s most famous gardiner, painted by artist and artist’s studio, John McArthur.

It is a magnificent and moving depiction of a woman on a bicycle in the middle of a cityscape.

It depicts a woman riding a bicycle, holding a book, and her bicycle is painted in a way that makes it seem like she is walking on a path, as if she is riding on a river.

The painting is a popular piece of art and has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people in the city.

McArthur, who has lived in Dublin for more than 100 years, has painted a number on the Gardiner since the late 1960s.

In recent years, he has taken his work on the bridge, which is located near the corner of the River Liffey and the Gardine, and has moved it in a number, sometimes to new locations.

The sculpture, which dates back to the 1850s, is now on display in the Irish Embassy in Washington, D.C.

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