Liffey River flows through the center of Dublin on it’s way out to the
Irish Sea and has a number of bridges that cross it including the
Ha’penny Bridge that got its name from the old toll that used to be
charged years ago.
The Vikings originally inhabited the area of high ground near Christ
Church and used the Liffey to moor their ships for protection from the
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