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Iecavas gājēju tilts

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Hidden : 06/21/2014
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Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Skaista ainava vasaras satriecošajos vakaros, kad saule slīd lejup pa Iecavas upi un atrodies uz skaistā gājēju tilta.

A footbridge or pedestrian bridge is a bridge designed for pedestrians and in some cases cyclists, animal traffic and horse riders, rather than vehicular traffic. Footbridges complement the landscape[citation needed] and can be used decoratively to visually link two distinct areas or to signal a transaction. In many developed countries, footbridges are both functional and can be beautiful works of art and sculpture. For poor rural communities in the developing world, a footbridge may be a community's only access to medical clinics, schools and markets, which would otherwise be unreachable when rivers are too high to cross. Simple suspension bridge designs have been developed to be sustainable and easily constructible in such rural areas using only local materials and labor. Slēpnis ir vāji magnētisks, atrodas Iecavas gājēju tilta teritorijā. Slēpnis satur logbloku, pildspalvu un visādus stikerus apmaiņām. Lūdzu, slēpni novietot atpakaļ un izturēties pret to saudzīgi.

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