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Ireland Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin.

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Ha'penny Bridge, officially the Liffey Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge built in May of 1816 over the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland.

Its significant for its history: when the ferry service across the river was abandoned, this was the replacement. The man who built it was authorised to charge half a penny to everyone who crossed it for 100 years.

A few years ago, the city council removed a vast number of love locks from the bridge because the added weight was adding strain to the old structure. They also put up a sign asking people to stop putting love locks on the bridge. The following year, they removed hundreds of kilograms of fresh locks. Its fair to say, a lot of Dubliners love this old bridge.
Crowd Factor Lots of people
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Sunrise & Sunset 07:54 - 18:26 | current local time: 05:59
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