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Have your party surrounded by history…

O’Connell Bridge was originally named Carlisle Bridge for the then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Frederick Howard, 5th Earl of Carlisle was designed by James Gandon and completed in 1794.

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HAVE YOUR PARTY SURROUNDED BY HISTORY

In 1880, work began to widen the Carlisle Bridge,
in an effort to ease traffic congestion. At 50 meters wide, it is now
the only traffic bridge in Europe as wide as it is long. When the bridge was
reopened in 1882. It was renamed for
Daniel O’Connell when the nearby statue in his honour was unveiled.

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