Two girls walking by the Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin by Santiago Calatrava.

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Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin, before installation, following its arrival from the Netherlands. Constructed by Graham Hollandia Joint Venture, architect, Santiago Calatrava. 120 metres long and 48 metres high and weighs 5,700 tonnes.

That’s the new Dublin Convention centre in the background.

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