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31 August, 02:37

How was a causeway built

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  1. 31 August, 03:43
    A basic causeway would do. In technical terms, a causeway is a road or railway built on an embankment of land (either natural or artificial) that spans a body of water. The Causeway Bridge, however, would be a two-lane structure stretching 23.83 miles, resting not on piles of soil but 9,500 reinforced concrete pillars.
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