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The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

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The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The impressive bridge looks like a sunken corridor, as if the water has parted for the pedestrians. It is installed in a 17th century fort – Fort De Roovere. It was designed by RO & AD Architects, who had decided to make it that way, so it wouldn’t stand out in the historic fort complex.

The bridge is made of Accoya wood, that is treated with anti-fungal coating, that enables the wood not to erode. And besides being really practical, the bridge makes this surprising impression of the water being divided.

Why to go there?: Discover elegant Dutch architecture.
When to go there?: Anytime, although summer is the warmest season.
How to get there?: Get there by train. The train lines are easily accessible and comfortable in the Netherlands.

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

The Moses Bridge – a Place Where Water Divides, The Netherlands

Source: Places to See in Your Lifetime
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