The Glass Window Bridge is one of the few places on Earth where the borders of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea are seen clearly. The blue of the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean green Sea Turquoise is only separated by a line delimiter as wide as 30 feet.
Reported by the Amusing Planet, The Glass Window Bridge, Eleuthera stands in one part of the Bahamas. Concrete bridge it is most crowded tourists in Eleuthera. Because the tourists can enjoy the beauty of the ocean with two different views at once. Now on top of the bridge has already added a layer of concrete.
For centuries, the two different waters are separated by a stone bridge that is formed naturally. The bridge of the reefs at once connects the North and South Eleuthera. But the bridge is slowly undergoing erosion and destroyed after being hit Tempest.
In the 1940s, a concrete bridge was built on it. But that does not mean The Glass Window Bridge does not invite danger. This point is often hit by devastating waves that swept tourists and vehicles. Because there are no more rocks that serve as the waves breaking below it.