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Under The Bridge
Greece
This panorama was taken right under the Chalkida old bridge. The bridge has a sliding function today where the two main parts slide under the main road towards the mainland Greece. I have published another panorama of the Cafe which lies just opposite to the other side and is actually the same as the part which I sat today to take the shot. It is very interesting how a smart businessman took advantage of the unique qualities of the facilities to create and offer to the public a wonderful idea for a cafeteria and a place which its local inhabitants can feel proud of in terms of local image and tourism facilities.
Copyright: Dimitris Dimitrakakis
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Resolution: 9256x4628
Uploaded: 19/12/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: under the bridge; old bridge; chalkida bridge; hanging bridge; ancient bridge; venice bridge; venetian bridge; old castle; castle bridge
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