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Sabina Kajtezovic
a month ago
Ha'penny Bridge is the bridge over river Liffey in Dublin Temple Bar area. It was named after a hundred year ha'penny toll. No worries, it's free today and a national landmark.
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Christophe Querton
6 months ago
This bridge is a landmark in Dublin. It can get quite windy as is crosses the grand river Liffey. Hold on to your hats! Easy way to get from Grand Social to Temple bar.
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Me MeMe
8 months ago
This bridge rocks! I cross it every day! Sometimes i dont even need to get to the other side.
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Brian Herron
2 years ago
Dublin icon that connects the north and south quays from Liffey St to Temple Bar. It was rebuilt about 10 years ago because it's previous incarnation was pretty shabby – it's had been painted both black and silver by DCC at different times. Anyway, they restored it to the original white – which we all thought was just the undercoat for the first few weeks after it reopened. It's called, for those of you who don't know, the ha'penny bridge because it used to be a toll bridge and it cost a ha'penny to cross it. Some, as might be gleaned from some of the other reviews, would say that nothings changed. Dubliners love it.
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Carlos Mahiques
3 months ago
It´s really nice place, you can see this picture on bookcover of Ulysses´s irish classic book, I think everybody should visit this bridge because it´s part history in Ireland.
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Stephen Larkin
11 months ago
Tis a fine bridge this one. High enough to avoid water but not too high that it becomes difficult to breath while crossing. It fulfills its intended purpose with minimal downsides.
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Liam Lafferty
a year ago
Before I went to Ireland I had a picture of this bride on my computer. In the picture, a sign on a building was photoshoped off of the building but not on the buildings reflection in the water. Before I even knew that I would be going to Ireland, I made it my goal to go there and find out why someone wanted the sign gone. I did go to the bride and I did see the sign. I have no idea why they didn't want the sign in the picture. The sign did not display anything controversial. Either way it was a great expierience!
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Chris Lindsey
4 months ago
Great place to kiss.