Moses Bridge, Netherlands
Just like the biblical story of Moses parting the Red Sea, the Moses Bridge parts the waters of a moat in the Netherlands. The design was inspired by the surrounding fortress (Fort de Roovere)—designers didn't want to build a traditional bridge and defeat the point of a moat, so they opted to build this intriguing pathway. Pedestrians can cross the bridge in dry comfort: The top of the bridge is flush with the water, and two dams control the water level so it doesn't spill into the bridge.
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