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Sean O'Casey Bridge, Dublin

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  • The Sean O'Casey Bridge is not one of the most famous bridges in Dublin, but definitely worth a trip, architecturally I don't find interesting as others but wrong certainly snubbed! It is a pedestrian bridge, then to visit the surrounding area remains overall a more pleasant way to cross the river than those on which pass even the machines ... all in all a ride he deserves it!
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  • A bit slippery due to the wet rainy conditions, but nice river and city views can be had from here. One of many that makes getting across the river easy for pedestrians.  more »
  • Named in honor of Sean O'Casey, a noted Irish playwright, the bridge is path from the Customs House on the north side to a variety of architecturally interesting buildings on the south side as well as...  more »
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  • Was really disappointed: overcrowded and definitely not worth it. Since there are multiple places nearby to visit, it still easy to have a quicklook, but if you can't, you don't miss anything.
  • Great bridge. Never failed at getting me to the other side.
  • You can take thousands of pictures at this bridge. You can photograph the bridge itself a million times from a million angles and perspectives. Or the river. Or the nearby buildings and area. You name it.
  • One of my favorite spots by the river for taking photographs, fantastic views from here, especially early in the morning, the sun comes from the right direction for wonderful scenes of the waking up city.
  • A great way to cross the Liffey without getting wet!