The Ha'Penny Bridge is a famous pedestrian arch bridge over the River
Liffey in Dublin. It was built in the 1800s.
This building is typical of Georgian Architecture where the windows get
smaller as you go up the building since the size of windows were taxed
This gate is near the Museum of Modern Art in Dublin and near the Royal
The Wellington Monument in Phoenix Park honors the Duke who defeated
Napoleon. He was Irish.
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Dublin is the capital
of the Republic of Ireland, and it is located on the Eastern coast of
Ireland. Dublin features a lot of Georgian style buildings which
can be spotted easily since the size of the windows get smaller as you
go up the building since windows were taxed back then. The River
Liffey flows through the center of Dublin also. There are lots of
cool bridges over this river.
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