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Illustration of the planned 1916 memorial in Limerick, designed by Mr. Albert Power, R.H.A. Originally on the site of the monument was a memorial to Viscount John Fitzgibbon who died in the Crimean War; the I.R.A blew up this sculpture in 1930 and only the podium was left intact. It was then redesigned as a monument to the 1916 Rising. Figures at top of the monument are Tom Clarke, Kathleen Daly and a young boy crouched beside them.