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Ottoman-Turkish Railway Bridge ,Beer-Sheva
Israeli Desert
The narrow , originally built in Turkish train bridge1916 across the seasonal watercourse (that becomes a raging river during the winter rains), was meant to enable the transport by train of Ottoman-Turkish soldiers, arms and provisions to the Egyptian front. This lovely arched stone bridge, spanning about 90 meters, was partially destroyed by flooding in 1964. In 2017, itOttoman train bridge restored was restored and repurposed to serve as a pedestrian walkway across the seasonal watercourse.
Copyright: Greg Z
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 16/02/2019
Uploaded: 16/02/2019
Updated: 18/02/2019


Tags: bridge; ottoman; turkish; beer sheva; israel; gri51
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