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The bridge is located in Dublin not too far from the Temple Bar. It is made of iron with a peculiar shape you can easily recognize. Anyway the best is the view at the sunset when the day is clear. You can enjoy a mix...More
Walked over this icon in Dublin after hopping off the tour bus. The history of this bridge is fascinating and is a must photo opportunity for anyone. Make sure to have a pint at the Ha’penny Bridge Inn once you walk across.
Welcome to the Ha'penney Bridge. It is a Dublin icon and along with O'Connel Street, Grafton Street & Stephens Green - it's completely free. You can take it in while walking from somewhere on the Northside to somewhere on the Southside or you can make...More
While some may think it is a bit kitsch to walk on the Ha'penny Bridge, I thought it was a sort of right of passage. Since it is a historical bridge it is also quite pretty to see and would make for great photos. Unfortunately...More
Dublin has a ton of bridges. Ha'Penny is probably the most famous but might not be the most scenic. It is cool to take a walk across and you get some pretty cool pictures looking down the River Liffey from the bridge itself. Since it...More
This, the oldest extant Dublin bridge, is a cast iron pedestrian bridge built in 1816. It replaced seven ferries in disrepair. The ferry owner got the right to charge pedestrians crossing the bridge a ha’penny per crossing for 100 years.