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The Ha'Penny Bridge
The Ha’penny Bridge (Half Penny Bridge) is a pedestrian bridge built in 1816 over the River Liffey in Dublin.
Its shape was similar to the edge of a coin and the price for crossing the bridge was half penny. The toll charges ceased in 1919. The first place we visited that day was The Spire that was built in 2002. Afterwards we toured around the city centre.
Later on we visited the
Half Penny Bridge, which is very beautiful and crosses the River Liffey, as well as many other bridges, but one century ago it was the only bridge that existed in . Dublin
I really enjoyed this day because we visited a lot of things in the city centre of Dublin and we were also at Trinity College where many important people studied.