Seán Heuston Bridge

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Seán Heuston Bridge

Seán Heuston Bridge in Dublin, Ireland was built in 1821. It’s an iron bridge once called the King’s Bridge and Sarsfield Bridge. The current name is for Seán Heuston, who was executed in 1916 for his role in the 1916 Easter Rising. The bridge is white with blue trim. The water below reflects the clear, blue sky above.

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