Moore Street

Moore Street, No. 16

Moore Street, No. 16
Here, nearly 100 years ago the military council of the newly-proclaimed Irish Republic decided to surrender. It is one of the few buildings that remains intact.

In July, 2011 relatives of the 1916 leaders were in discussions to set up a a bronze sculpture of the Proclamation on Moore Street as part of a campaign to preserve the area’s links to the Easter Rising and prevent ‘out-of-character’ commercial development.

The document HQ16: A Citizens’ Plan for Dublin discusses the plans in more detail.