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Yeonggwang Bridge, South Korea

Yeonggwang Bridge, South Korea

The Target The Yeonggwang Bridge connects Baeksu-Eup and Hongnong-Eup to Yeonggwang-gun in the Jeollanam-Do region in South Korea. Started in 2008, the construction of this cable-stayed bridge was completed in 2016 after 8 years of hard work. The new connection offers now a two-lane 16.9m wide road for a total length of 2.2 km of..
VEF Palace of Culture, Latvia

VEF Palace of Culture, Latvia

16About After a Major restoration, the Palace of Culture of Riga has recently reopened its doors celebrating its new architectural and organisational layout with a series of cultural events. Various concerts, exhibitions, film screenings, guided tours and performances organised by the Palace of Culture teams provided the many visitors with the opportunity to explore the..
Kilmainham, Dublin

Kilmainham, Dublin

  Ireland is a country known for its rebel spirit, and the marks of rebellion are visible throughout its capital city, Dublin. While monuments to Irish insurgence and freedom dot the city, there is one place where the significance of the many uprisings strikes more deeply than any other: Kilmainham Gaol. Opened in 1796, Kilmainham..
St Marys, New Ross

St Marys, New Ross

About The medieval Saint Mary’s Church in New Ross is renowned for the beauty of its amazing Gothic features, although time has taken its toll and all that now remains is a ruin. Completed in 1210 on the ruins of a 6th century monastery, Saint Mary’s Church is one of the largest medieval parish churches..
1916 Monument, Lusk

1916 Monument, Lusk

Gallery   The Target On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, a group of Irish nationalists proclaimed the establishment of the Irish Republic and, along with some 1,600 followers, staged a rebellion against the British government in Ireland. A 1916 Memorial dedicated to the men and women of Lusk and the North County who participated in..
The Family Sculpture

The Family Sculpture

Gallery About Situated in Duleek Village Co Meath, this remarkable piece of roadside art was created by Irish artist Maurice Harron. This 4.5 metre-high sculpture features a family of two parents and three children, happily walking hand in hand in a green meadow. “The Family” is a group of five stainless steel figures built according..
Marino Casino

Marino Casino

About The Casino at Marino, Co Dublin, was originally designed by Scottish architect William Chambers and took around 25 years (1750-1775) to build. We used a total of four Powershine MK2 S lighting fixtures for this project. Powershine MK2 S are perfect for this project iand set the bench mark for lighting large-scale architectural structures...