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Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Mounted A5 Print

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Discover a piece of Northern Ireland's fishing heritage and natural splendour with Deborah Hill's "Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge A5 Print". This digital print brings to life the iconic Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge, a symbol of adventure and exploration in Northern Ireland. The bridge, first constructed in 1755 by local salmon fishermen, represents a vital part of the region's history. It was originally built to access the small Carrickarede Island, a prime location for Atlantic salmon fishing, which had been a flourishing activity in the area since around 1620.

The current bridge, now a popular tourist attraction, spans a modest 20 meters and is suspended 30 meters above the sea, offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic. The initial construction of the bridge was a significant advancement for the local fishing industry, providing easier access to the island and allowing for the establishment of a permanent base for fishing equipment.

About Deborah Hill:

Born and raised in Belfast, Deborah channels her love for her homeland into her work, focusing on the landmarks of Northern Ireland.


Printed on premium Fotospeed Matt Ultra 240gsm Fine Art paper, this A5 size artwork (21x29.7 cm) brings a piece of Northern Ireland's charm into your home. Each print is meticulously mounted in a pure white A4 mount, ensuring it's ready to be displayed or framed as desired.

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