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Cool bridge. Neat picture spot

While its just a bridge, it is a very cool looking bridge going over the river in downtown Dublin... read more

Reviewed July 15, 2015
Fort Worth, Texas
just a bridge

small pedestrian bridge strategically linking Georges Quay with Father Matthew Quay. Prone to... read more

Reviewed March 23, 2012
Cork, Ireland
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Morrison's Quay, Cork, Ireland
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Reviewed July 14, 2018 via mobile

So. What to say. Travelled from South America to see this magnificent attraction in Cork. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco forget about it. Pont Neuf bridge in Paris has nothing to this. This is a specimen to behold, a must see in Cork. The begger...More

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Reviewed November 2, 2017 via mobile

Because we have effectively two rivers flowing through our beautiful city, we need lots of bridges. Trinity bridge is exceptionally useful as it spans the river lee at a strategic point between two others. Plus it’s pedestrian only so it’s really safe. More of this...More

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Reviewed October 3, 2016 via mobile

This bridge was opened in 1977 and before that, one had to walk a fair detour to cross the river. Very convenient for everyone that uses it! I only cross it occasionally but it's most useful.

Thank Bandy1954
Reviewed July 16, 2016

Trinity Bridge is a uncomplicated footbridge that connects Morrison's Island [Morrison’s Quay] to Union Quay. It is named after the nearby Holy Trinity Church. Constructed in 1977, Trinity Bridge was officially opened by the Lord Mayor Gerald Goldberg on the 14th of October. It's a...More

Thank infomatique
Reviewed January 5, 2016

Love Ireland. Would go again on a moments notice. Very exciting touring and seeing the sights. Walking where the ancestors trod is so very exciting.

Thank maridill
Reviewed July 15, 2015

While its just a bridge, it is a very cool looking bridge going over the river in downtown Dublin. Its a good place for pictures.

Thank TxFamonthego
Reviewed April 6, 2015 via mobile

Nothing special to srr it is just a bridge. A lot of other bridges I have seen have more touristic value.

1  Thank Lazaro6
Reviewed March 5, 2015

There is nothing but a bridge. You get over the wather without getting wet. So you will see it, but you want see it because its something big to see.

2  Thank Siw C
Reviewed December 23, 2013

This is a bridge over the river Lee. There is nothing of architectural or other merit in ie, save it is a bridge!

2  Thank saravima
Reviewed March 23, 2012

small pedestrian bridge strategically linking Georges Quay with Father Matthew Quay. Prone to flooding in high tides.

1  Thank LuckyLeprechaun
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