There Is A Road In France That Goes Under The Water Twice A Day (8 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       21 Sep 2016       4594       GALLERY VIEW



Passage du Gois is the road that connects the Gulf of Burnёf with the island of Noirmoutier in the north-western of France. It is very dangerous as twice a day the high tide rises and the 2.58-mile long road submerges. People only can use it for several hours, two times a day. If they get caught between the tides, they can climb elevated rescue towers built for such occasions.

 


Credits:  brightside.me


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