Mexican monument Published on September 14, 2017 in Monuments/Sculptures An Cailín Ban stands high on north Sandymount Strand. This was created by Mexican artist Sebastian, who was born Enrique Carbajal González in 1947 and took on his pseudonym after Botticelli’s painting of St. Sebastian. Keep Reading No comments Facebook Twitter Google Pinterest You might be interested in Laughanstown, Wedge Tomb The Wedge Tomb in Laughanstown is about 50 metres from the junction of the M50 and Cherrywood. This once stood Hedge Bindweed – Portmarnock I came across the Hedge Bindweed between the car park and beach in Portmarnock. This October (2017) has been quite Baily Lighthouse, Howth Baily was the last Irish Lighthouse to be unwatched, when during 1996-7 the lighthouse was converted to automatic operation.