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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.
Not many main bridges are wider than they are long, but O'Connell Bridge is!
Right in the centre of Dublin, an impressive chunk of bridge, built to last, dealing with traffic and pedestrians. Spans the river Liffey, which runs west to east. The bridge separates...More
O'Connell Bridge is a road and pedestrian bridge that spans across the River Liffrey in the city centre of Dublin. The bridge is named in honour of Daniel O'Connell, who statue and monument also stands just north of the bridge. It's a solid looking stone...More