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The Lost Lake Bridge

At a 1,5 meter’s depth in Ellidavatn lake lies a bridge which is more than a century old, according to ruv.is. It had been used for farming and was regularly crossed by men and animals as they made their way to the fields across the lake.


An Icelandic Lake. Photo by Páll Stefánsson.

The bridge has been immersed in water since 1924, when the dam of the Reykjavík Electrical Company was taken into use.

The bridge is made of dolerite and lava. It was commonly referred to as the Stone Arch.

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