Great South Wall in Dublin Bay - stock photo

The Great South Wall, also known as the South Bull Wall, was built in the 18th and 19th centuries to prevent silting of the River Liffey as it flows into Dublin Bay. The Poolbeg power stations are at its base along with the Poolbeg lighthouse at its tip.
The Great South Wall, also known as the South Bull Wall, was built in the 18th and 19th centuries to prevent silting of the River Liffey as it flows into Dublin Bay. The Poolbeg power stations are at its base along with the Poolbeg lighthouse at its tip.
Great South Wall in Dublin Bay
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