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This article and the next shall focus on 2 great bridges across the world.
Well, this is about a bridge made of only ropes all around. Located on the outskirts of North Ireland, the bridge is called Carrick – A – Redy bridge and is built in County Andrim. The bridge links the mainland to the Carrickarede place in Ireland.
The term carrickarede literally means rock of the casting.
The bridge was made by fishermen of Ireland who used to do fishing during June to September to move along. Yet, these days they do not use the same. The reason is decrease in fish population in Irish river Bann and Bush.
Nevertheless the bridge remains a mystery for various tourists worldwide and is a place for attraction for many. Presently, it is owned and maintained by the National Trust of Ireland.
The bridge spans around 100 feet in height above sea level and little more than 65 feet in length.
Not only this, but the tourist base is growing exponentially since 2005.
Also, scientists worldwide have decided to research on this area and explore its rich flora and fauna. It is also considered a center of volcanic exploration in Norther Ireland. Several erosions and explosions were noted in that place and this was agreed by various scientists.
So, wish to go there? Well, this is a nice place to visit at least once.