The O'Connell Bridge is a small bridge in the center of Dublin, across the River Liffey and north of O'Connell Street. It is a main road in Dublin.
The O'Connell monument was built to commemorate the 19th century Irish national leader Daniel O'Connell, whose name is also the street. The O'Connell Bridge across the River Liffey is also named after him. It is a bridge connecting O'Connell and D'Olier and the pier, and was built in 1794 and named O'Connell Bridge in 1880. The streets and bridges were under renovation when we went so it looked chaotic that the whole picture of the bridge was not clear, the second and third pictures encircled the middle part of the bridge, the fourth and fifth pictures were taken on both sides of the river Liffey and the bridge in the distance Beam.
The O'Connell Bridge, built in 1794 and named in 1880, stands on the River Liffey in the heart of Dublin. It is arguably the most important bridge on the River Liffey, with the statue of the great national hero O'Connell standing at the top of the bridge watching the people and the tour Visitor, witnessing the history and changes of Dublin. Connell Bridge is powerful and vicissitudes compared to another beautiful halfpenny bridge on the River Liffey. We walked across this bridge almost every day for five days in Dublin. Beyond this bridge is O'Connell Avenue, the famous old post office, the Bright Column, Pedestrian Street and so on are on this street. The bridge is busy, the two-decker red tour buses, including several buses to the airport, noon tourists are like woven. Now many streets in Dublin are in the midst of civilisation, bridgeheads, and both sides of the road are under construction. I heard it was the restoration of the tram.
If you’re a person who loves to walk, then you shall enjoy the walk on this bridge. The bridge quite busy during the day and in the night. But if you love history and art then it’s good choice.
They say that you will be there all the time after the bridge with your partner and are happy to walk through it and feel like there are many cars