Thursday, November 15, 2012
The bridge is made to connect two separate plains. Even though the majority of a human hand, there are times when nature intervened. For example, the bridge at Mount Tai, China.
Shape the contours of the land to the extreme influence on the shape of the bridge is built. As a result, many bridges that make 'excited' when we are in it. Below are some examples of the bridges 'crazy' in the world. What are they? Read this :
1. Immortal Bridge
It is located on Mount Tai, Shandon Province, China. The mountain is one of the five sacred mountains in China and is associated with birth, dawn and renaissance. The bridge consists of three large stone and several smaller ones. Beneath the valley and to the south there is the gap that seems to be unfounded. The bridge is formed by natural processes. No one knows when the creation of a strong suspicion has existed since the last ice age.
2. The Old Bridge of Konitsa
This bridge has been around for centuries in Greece Aoos extends over the river, the river that overflowed every winter. Try to look carefully at the bottom of the bridge, you can see tiny bells. Its function as a marker when the bell rings for the wind, meaning too dangerous to cross the bridge.
3. The Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge
Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge is a rope bridge near Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. This bridge connects the island of Carrick. As the site is managed by the National Trust, into a tourist attraction. Span bridge is 20 meters high and 30 meters above the rocks below it.
4. Royal Gorge Bridge
As one tourist attraction near Canon City, Colorado, has held the record for highest bridge before losing by Beipanjiang bridge in China. Range Royal Gorge 286 m, 384 m long and 5.5 m wide.
5. Inca Rope Bridge
This bridge is in the Valley of Apurimac, Peru. How to make it has been known since the time of the Inca Empire. Made from natural fibers are woven into a strong rope.
6. Sky Bridge, Langkawi Island
It is located on the island of Langkawi, Malaysia. Height 687 m above sea level. Sky Bridge is the most spectacular bridge because of its long curved bridge 136 meters and a width of 2 meters.
7. Puente de Ojuela
Ojuela is a small mining settlement located northwest of the city of Durango, northern Mexico. Now known as a ghost town due to have been abandoned as no longer productive. The bridge is known as the "Puente de Ojuela" (Ojuela Bridge) by the locals. Designed by Roebling brothers, who also designed the Brooklyn Bridge.