Flower Sellers of Grafton Street, Dublin

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The flower sellers of Dublin's Grafton Street are a famous sight on the well-trod thoroughfare.

They have brightened the streets of Dublin, and the lives of Dubliners, for centuries.

Here, a colour-filled flower stall with fine blooms.

In the background, if you look carefully, you can see the Phil Lynott (Thin Lizzy) statue outside of Bruxelles.

In 2019 the flower sellers of Grafton Street were accused of being "street clutter" by a property group who own several shops in the area, they later apologised and the flower sellers are indeed still there brightening up the streets of Dublin.

Famous Flower Sellers of Grafton Street, Dublin
Famous Flower Sellers of Grafton Street - brightening Dublin's streets
Last modified on Thursday, 10 December 2020 00:41
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