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O'Donovan Rossa Bridge

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O'Donovan Rossa Bridge
Droichead Uí Dhonnabháin Rossa
Location Map ( geo)
O'Donovan Rossa Bridge crossing River Liffey.jpg
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From:  Four Courts
To:  Dublin City Council building
Highway Authority
Dublin City
Opening Date
1684 (1st Bridge)
1816 (2nd Bridge)
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Arch Bridge
Engineer:  James Savage
On road(s)
 • Unclassified

O'Donovan Rossa Bridge is one of the older bridges in Dublin. It is a triple arch stone bridge which carries three lanes of traffic from Winetavern Street towards the North Quays and Abbey Street areas of the city, where it is sometimes used to avoid congestion on Father Mathew Bridge.

It is named after Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, a prominent member of the Irish Republican Brotherhood.


O'Donovan Rossa Bridge
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