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As it crosses the Liffey river, you can’t avoid it but it’s holds nice scenery from both side
As you process you will see the O’Connell statue and words the North is the Temple bar street , it’s within shopping area that you won’t miss...More
The O’Connell Bridge links Dublin’s main shopping O’Connell Street area; with the trendy Temple Bar area. On the north-side is the O’Connell Monument. There are good views along the River Liffey from both sides of the bridge. Take a stroll from the bridge along O'Connell...More
The bridge itself is not so remarkable; a stone bridge with arches over the city's river - but the place is quite significant and it passes quite a lot of traffic here - all the time! The bridge connects the northern part of the city...More
At first glance this busy connection between the north side and the south side of Dublin looks like any other city centre bridge.
Closer inspection reveals that it’s the only bridge in Europe (in the world?) which is wider than its long.