Sunken Bridge Lets You Walk Through Water [Pics]

Sunken Bridge Lets You Walk Through Water [Pics]

Innovative design for a bridge in the Netherlands combines aesthetic and ecological goals.

Plus Aziz
  • 18 november 2011

The Moses Bridge was built by Ro&Ad to provides visitors access to a 17th century castle located in the Netherlands that was used to protect the Dutch from the French and Spanish. This particular bridge cuts across the moat of Fort de Roovere; the moat was too shallow for a boat and too deep to walk across. Inhabitat details the materials used in making the bridge:

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