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Sunken Bridge: Halsteren, Netherlands

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Building a bridge over troubled waters makes sense. Building a bridge through the very waters you are trying to avoid is just plain crazy. Ro Koster and Ad Kil Architects constructed a remarkable sunken bridge in Halsteren to cross the defensive moat at Fort de Roovere, built in the 1700s to protect the Netherlands from invasion by France and Spain.

World's Strangest Bridges

Sunken Bridge: Halsteren, Netherlands

Building a bridge over troubled waters makes sense. Building a bridge through the very waters you are trying to avoid is just plain crazy. Ro Koster and Ad Kil Architects constructed a remarkable sunken bridge in Halsteren to cross the defensive moat at Fort de Roovere, built in the 1700s to protect the Netherlands from invasion by France and Spain.

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World's Strangest Bridges

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