Dublin’s Ha’penny Bridge is a pedestrian bridge over the River Liffey that was built in 1816. It was Ireland’s first cast iron bridge and originally known as the Liffey Bridge. It became known as the Ha’penny Bridge because even until 1919 it cost a halfpenny to cross.
It’s free to cross and enjoy now and a wonderful place to take in views of the river.
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