If you came to Dublin or planning to visit the capital of Ireland, you might be interested in what this city can propose for seeing and visitng.
Samuel Beckett Bridge can start the list of places to see.
The harp found its place the capital of Ireland. Samuel Beckett Bridge resembles exactly this musical instrument. Samuel Beckett's bridge can be seen from afar.
This unusual cable-stayed bridge connects the Sir John Rogerson dock on the south shore of the local Liffey River with Guild Street and the North Wall dock on northern shore of the same river. This construction was built by the Rotterdam firm Graham Hollandia Joint Venture. It is the same one that once built the world's largest ferris wheel - the London Eye.
The zest of Samuel Beckett Bridge is the ability to rotate 90 degrees in order to let large vessels pass- this became possible because of installation of a rotational mechanism at the base of the bridge.