The Clapper Bridge

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The Clapper Bridge, west of Louisburgh is thought to date from medieval times. It was made for pedestrians to cross a shallow river. It has 37 arches and spans 50 metres (164 feet) across. It is probably the oldest and best preserved bridge of its kind in Ireland.