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James Joyce Bridge, Dublin

James Joyce Bridge - Dublin, Republic of Ireland
James Joyce Bridge
Blackhall Place - Usher's Island, Dublin, Republic of IrelandMap
+353 1 605 7700 (Tourist Information Centre)
Overview

This bridge is named after the Dublin author James Joyce, whose story 'The Dead' is set in a house facing the bridge. Santiago Calatrava is the mind behind this project. The bridge allows ships to go upriver. It also allows road access from Blackhall Place to Usher's Island.

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