The Nine Arches Bridge is a railway bridge located in Ella, Sri Lanka. It is known for its unique design, which features nine arches that span across a deep gorge, and is surrounded by lush greenery and stunning views of the surrounding landscape.
The bridge was built during the British colonial period in Sri Lanka, in the early 20th century. It was constructed using only bricks, stones, and cement, without the use of any steel or metal reinforcements. The bridge stands at a height of 24 meters and is 91 meters long.
Today, the Nine Arches Bridge is a popular tourist attraction, and many visitors come to take photographs and admire the scenic beauty of the area. Visitors can also witness the spectacle of the train passing over the bridge, which adds to the charm and allure of the bridge.
The area around the Nine Arches Bridge is also popular for hiking and trekking, and visitors can explore the nearby tea plantations and waterfalls, making it a must-visit destination for anyone visiting Ella.