AKA Kavanagh's, Prospect Square.
The tower on the left is one of many that surround the perimeter of Glasnevin Cemetery. The walls and towers surrounding the graveyard were built to help put an end to the roaring trade in grave robbery that blighted early 19th-century Dublin
Dublin anatomy schools and the Royal College of Surgeons required vast numbers of bodies for dissection. Adult remains fetched £2, while children's bodies were sold by the inch. Cadavers were, however, in short supply. Simple supply and demand; the situation created a lucrative prospect for the less discerning of Dublin's entrepreneurs of the time.
Prospect Square, eh?
It's an evocative part of town this...