1.) Fort de Roovere, Halsteren, Netherlands Nicknamed the “Moses Bridge” because the water has parted, this “bridge” was used to allow people to cross the Fort’s moat. Its creators opted for this barely-visible design so as not to disturb the historical site’s look.
There’s something magical about bridges. They’re often incredible feats of engineering and design. They’re meant to connect people and places that would otherwise have to exist separately. Crossing a bridge is a singular experience. You’re neither here nor there, but hanging in the middle. You could be suspended over a river, hang in a valley, […]