Some Unusual Bridges In The World

Here are laid down some of the World’s unusual bridges that end nowhere. It folds as a caterpillar, water for the ships and are situated beneath the level of water. There are many others in fact. Have a look at some of them:

1.Bridge of Moses (The Netherlands in 2011)

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2. Bridge Royal Gorge (USA in 1929)

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3. Leonardo da Vinci’s bridge (Norway in 1502/2001)

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4. Storsesundetsky Bridge (Norway in 1988)

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5. Bridge Slauerhoffbrug (Netherlands in 2000)

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6. Magdeburg “water crossing” (Germany in 2003)

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7. Bridge Rolling (UK in 2005)

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8. Bridge of Gustave Flaubert, France, 2008

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9. Bridge World, Georgia, 2010

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10. Bridge Gesher Ha-Meitarim, Israel, 2008

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11. Henderson Waves, Singapore, 2008

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12. Geytshedsky Millennium Bridge, UK, 2001

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13. “Heavenly Bridge» Langkawi Sky, Malaysia, 2004

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