The Ha'Penny Bridge
The Ha'Penny Bridge Dublin Reviews
Mwah... Jun 13, 2011
The Ha’penny Bridge is a part of Dublin's long history. It used to be the only connection between Temple Bar and Liffey Street, because it crosses the river the Liffey. It was built in 1816 and until 1919 people had to pay half a penny in order to cross this bridge, which explains the name.
If you are looking for a short cut from O’Connell Street to Temple Bar it's worth walking across it. If you are not in the neighbourhood, you might as well skip it. It's just a bridge and not even that pretty...
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