Guinness Storehouse

Enjoy Original Beer Of Ireland And Enjoy The Progress Of It Making Only At Guinness Storehouse

While in the mainland United Kingdom, one of the nation that is famous with 'cultural beer is Ireland. In Ireland there is a factory and warehouse one of the world-famous beer, Guinness, an Irish black beer. guinness storehouse for the tourists who want to visit the guinness storehouse and factory, they have to spend money of 15 dollars to get a guide and enjoy a beer in for free. Every floor here to tell the things that is different from the process of making Guinness by Arthur Guinness. In this museum Guinness introduced four ingredients (water, barley, roast malt - so the item, hops and yeast), a farrago of Guinness advertising and merchandise through the process of making barrels. The latter is what makes me wonder. Uniquely video barrel making process is put into barrels. If you want to feel the joy of dark beer Guinness, maybe this is the place. In addition to its genuine Irish beer was made in the south also atmospheric bar build an aura of visitors to enjoy the typical drinks. Bars and traditional pubs in guinness storehouse seem always crowded. The atmosphere is alive with thick Irish music offerings. Compared with cities in mainland Europe, architectural attraction in Dublin is not too privileges, but the nightlife in the bars that make Dublin seem interesting and different look.

Guinness beer was discovered by Arthur Guinness in 1759, after buying a brewery in St. region James's Gate Brewery in Dublin. Guinness beer is a beer that has a strong flavor and aroma. Interestingly for the visitors of guinness storehouse, they can enjoy views of Dublin City from the angle of 360 ° in the Gravity Bar. There is no list of any beer would be complete without pointing Dublin, capital of Ireland, where the thriving pub culture. The visitors may be difficult to hold the delicate flavor and soft and dark body of Guinness. You also get to see the brewing process and poured into a glass in a perfect way in the guinness storehouse, located in the heart of St James Gate Brewery.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Enjoy Original Beer Of Ireland And Enjoy The Progress Of It Making Only At Guinness Storehouse

Sydney Harbour Bridge, New South Wales, which is also known as the "Coathanger", is the bridge that crosses the port of Sydney, the total length of 1149 meters. Bridge design has a curved formation along 503 m of steel, and its main span, the fourth longest arch in the world, and only one meter shorter than the Bayonne Bridge in New York. The width of the bridge deck 49 meters, making it one of the widest bridge in the world. Construction work began in 1924, and can be completed nine years later, and was inaugurated on March 19, 1932. The construction work involves the construction of 1,400 workers and spent £ 4.2 million. Six million of concrete and 53,000 tons of steel are used in the construction of Sydney Harbour Bridge. The bridge is divided into eight lanes, each two to tram lines (up tahun1958), two lines for the railway, one lane on the east side for pedestrians and a lane for bicycles on the west side.

The idea to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge, was actually first presented by Francis Greenway, 1815. Although it had discussed, in 1900 it was decided that this idea is not so realized due to various reasons and reasons. But after World War I, the urge and the need to build Sydney Harbor Bridge becomes larger, so the idea is turned on again. The general design of the bridge was prepared by Dr. John J.C. Bradfiel and the government of New South Wales (NSW), in particular the Department of Public Works. While the design details and the process of establishing a bridge made by the contractor technical consultant Sir Ralph Freeman of Sir Douglas Fox and Partners and was assisted by Mr. G.C Imbault. In 1922, the NSW government invited contractors from around the world to participate in the tender the construction of this bridge. A total of 20 proposals from 6 contractor accepted by the NSW government, and finally on March 24, 1924 it was announced that the construction contract was won by Dorman Long and Co of Middlesbrough, England.

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