Fictional Bridges On Euro Banknotes Get Constructed In Real Life [Pics]
Dutch designer Robin Stam designed and built the iconic structures as part of a South Holland housing project.
Euro banknotes are illustrated with fictional bridges as designed by Austrian designer Robert Kalina. The notes, which came out in 2002, feature bridges which depict different periods such as Classical Antiquity, Baroque, Gothic, Roman, The Renaissance, Rococo, and iron and glass architecture.
The bridges are fictional, but all have come into actual existence in a housing project in Spijkenisse in South Holland.
Dutch designer Robin Stam has designed and built the bridges according to color and scale as seen on the Euro bills. The project is called The Bridges of Europe.