A symbolic garden, built to commemorate the spirit of those who have donated their organs upon death. It is a captivating stone sculpted garden.
Opened recently in 2014, the garden is a beautiful blend representation of Irish history and a soothing atmosphere, good enough to heal anyone ailing with a busy mind. The small patches of green pleasantly interrupt the impressive stone work throughout the park, and the 'Circle of Life' are the 5 inscribed stones at the centre, depicting the life of a man. The park is adorned with many sculptures, symbolising various aspects of humanity. The Stone Candle, for example, symbolises the light of humanity which shines through organ donation, and the Heritage Stones from each of the 5 continents depict the universal nature of humanity. The Stone of Unification, with it's soft imprinted hands, is dedicated to the organ donors over the years. The gardens are located within the Quincentennial Park, overlooking Galway Bay.
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