According to various tourist guides the statue of Anna Livia Plurabelle, perhaps better known as the Floozy in the Jacuzzi, has been relocated to the "Croppies Park" in front of the National Museum. However I have photographed it is a small park opposite Frank Sherwin Bridge on Wolfe Tone Quay. I do not know if this little park "Croppies Memorial Park" is officially distinct from the much larger memorial park in front of Collins Barracks which is known as the "Croppy Acre" but they are physically separated and as they have similar names it is likely that many people will go to the wrong location in search of the "Floozy" especially as some descriptions would lead one to believe that it is located in front of the museum.
Anna Livia is a bronze monument formerly located on O'Connell Street in Dublin.
Designed by the sculptor Eamonn O'Doherty, the monument was
commissioned by businessman Michael Smurfit, in memory of his father,
for the Dublin Millennium celebrations in 1988.
The monument is a personification of the River Liffey (Abhainn na Life in Irish) which runs through the city. Anna Livia Plurabelle is the name of a character in James Joyce's Finnegans Wake who also embodies the river.
The river is represented as a young woman sitting on a slope with water flowing past her. She is familiarly known by the people of Dublin as the Floozie in the Jacuzzi,or the Whore in the Sewer (pronounced hoo-er to rhyme with sewer) among other names. Both nicknames were encouraged by the sculptor himself.
The monument was removed from its site on O'Connell Street in 2001 to make room for the Spire of Dublin.
I have been told that in Birmingham in the UK there is a somewhat similar statue and that the public there have adopted the same nickname for it.