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I mailed postcards yesterday in the General Post Office in Dublin, which for a week in 1916 was headquarters for the leaders of the Easter Uprising. This room next to the main postal services room is dedicated to public telephones.
In 2005 the Irish government decided it will eventually move postal services to another location and preserve this building as a commemoration to the Easter Uprising.
But for the moment, I can still mail postcards here.
ISO: 80 shutter: 1/30 fstop: 3.3 focal length: 24.9mm
Category: People, Places, Buildings, Ireland, Color