Moses’ Bridge of Holland, a bridge that parts the water

The impressive Moses’ Bridge in Halsteren, Holland looks like a sunken hallway, reminding us of Moses’ story when the waters were parted so people could cross. The bridge has been around for a while: it was built in the 17th century, designed by the company RO & AD Architects.

The contraption is made of Accoya wood treated with several layers of anti-fungal substance that prevents the wood from eroding. Besides being practical, the bridge creates the impression that people walking on it actually walk on the water itself.

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