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Eleuthera's Glass Window Bridge looking south. The natural stone bridge formation spanning the narrowest part of Eleuthera was destroyed by the wind and waves of a hurricane. It has been replaced by a concrete bridge which is itself showing some wear and tear. The main attraction here is seeing the deep blue, often rough waters of the Atlantic pour through into the calm, turquoise waters of the sound. The Glass Window was so named because ships being tossed about on the Atlantic could peer through the “window” and see the perfectly calm waters on the other side.
Eleuthera's Glass Window Bridge looking south. The natural stone bridge formation spanning the narrowest part of Eleuthera was destroyed by the wind and waves of a hurricane. It has been replaced by a concrete bridge which is itself showing some wear and tear. The main attraction here is seeing the deep blue, often rough waters of the Atlantic pour through into the calm, turquoise waters of the sound. The Glass Window was so named because ships being tossed about on the Atlantic could peer...
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