Thursday, June 16, 2011

Built in 1816, the cast-iron Ha’Penny Bridge in Dublin,...

Almost looks like a heaven and hell. Another Abbey in Ireland.


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Built in 1816, the cast-iron Ha’Penny Bridge in Dublin, Ireland is simply magnificent. Formerly called “The Wellington Bridge,” this is the first iron bridge in the country. Connecting the Temple Bar and Lower Liffey Street, thousands pass by here every day. It’s most beautiful at night, when it’s nicely illuminated.

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