Image title: View of the Ha'penny Bridge, north eastern side

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The Ha'penny Bridge, opened in the early 19th century as the Wellington Bridge in honour of the duke of the same name. Across the river Liffey is Temple Bar and the Bank of Ireland tower.


View of the Ha'penny Bridge, north eastern side



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