Ha’penny Bridge Dublin


The Ha’penny Bridge, officially known as the Liffey Bridge, is a famous pedestrian bridge in Dublin, Ireland. It spans the River Liffey and is a popular spot for photography due to its unique architecture and location in the heart of the city.

The bridge was built in 1816 and was originally called the Wellington Bridge, but the nickname “Ha’penny Bridge” comes from the fact that a toll of one halfpenny was charged to cross it until 1919. Nowadays it is a free-to-use pedestrian bridge and a major tourist attraction in Dublin.

It is a great spot for visitors to take a walk and enjoy the beautiful views of the River Liffey and the surrounding city.

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