In This Place, The Sea was Divided into Two Stunning Scenery
|Posted by Anom Wijaya on Tue Mar 15, 2016|
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The Glass Window Bridge is one of the few places on earth where the borders the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea clearly visible. The blue of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea green turquoise is only separated by a boundary line as wide as 30 feet.
Reported Amusing Planet, The Glass Window Bridge stands in Eleuthera, one part of the Bahamas. The concrete bridge is the most visited tourist spot in Eleuthera. Because the tourists can enjoy the beauty of the ocean with two different views at once. Now on top of the bridge already added layer of concrete.
For centuries, two different waters are separated by a stone bridge was formed naturally. The bridge of rocks at once connects the north and south Eleuthera. But the bridge is slowly eroded and destroyed after being hit by a violent storm.
In the 1940s, the concrete bridge built over it. But that does not mean The Glass Window Bridge did not invite danger. This point is often hit by the devastating waves that swept tourists and vehicles. Because there is no longer a rock that serves as a breakwater underneath.
Last changed: Wed Mar 30, 2016 at 12:25 am