Carrick-a-Rede Ropebridge,

County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Situated on the North Antrim coast of Northern Ireland, the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge is a rope suspension bridge that connects the mainland with the tiny Carrick Island. The original purpose of the bridge was for use by salmon fishermen, who have been using the island as a base for over 300 years. In recent times, the bridge has become more of a tourist attraction, with the bridge being erected at the start of Spring, and taken down again at the end of Autumn.

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