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Demerara Harbour Bridge, Georgetown

Categories: Bridges, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Take a drive across the engineering phenomenon that is Demerara Harbour Bridge. This structure stretches 1.8 km (1.15 mi) across the Demerara River and is one of the longest floating bridges in the world. The bridge has a 7.9 m (26 ft) vertical clearance for smaller watercraft and two retracting spans creating a 77.4 m (254 ft) horizontal clearance for larger vessels. To visit Demerara Harbour Bridge and get the most from your holiday in Georgetown, create itinerary details personal to you using our Georgetown travel itinerary planner.
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  • Amazing 1-mile long floating bridge across the majestic Demerara River. Built from floating bridges bought fro the British military - certainly worth a look.. 
  • My travel across the bridge is by necessity. It is the only way to get back to Georgetown after traveling from a gold mine via the access road to Buckhall and across the Esequibo River to Parika by bo...  read more »
  • This bridge is beautiful, ornamental well the edge of the city and still is an engineering marvel. Amazing its size.
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