The River Liffey is the heart of the City of the City of Dublin, Ireland. The bridges that cross its water and the buildings that line its quays make the city what it is. Today, older structures such as the Ha’penny Bridge and Customs House share the banks of the river with more recent additions such as the Samuel Beckett Bridge and the National Conference Centre. This series aims to encapsulate this blend of old and new that gives the city its character. You can see more here.