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Central Bank to spend €500,000 moving plaza sculpture

Approval needed from council planning department

15th February, 2015
Cenrtal Bank

The Central Bank of Ireland has estimated that it will cost up to €500,000 to move its iconic golden ball from outside its current headquarters on Dame Street in Dublin to its new €140 million eco-building on North Wall Quay.

The Central Bank has earmarked that sum to shift the artwork, which is officially called Crann an Óir (Tree of Gold) and which weighs several tons, to its new location. The money would also cover...

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