The Ha Penny Bridge is an ellegent, beautiful, Nineteenth Century iron, pedestrain bridge across the Liffey River. It is named after the toll it took to cross when it opened. (It's free now.) It is a great place to pause for photos or watch Dublin go past. Not surprisingly, Dublin movies frequently have scene set there. A visit to Dublin is not complete without it.
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