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The subversive bridge

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We don't know about you but we've been thinking for a while that it's about time for a bridge to start breaking some damn rules.

Yeah there was that massive sea bridge in China not too far back which was pretty cool but ultimately it still played things relatively safe. After all, it still existed above water.

Which brings us to the appropriately titled Moses Bridge, located in The Netherlands, which is pretty much the Martin Riggs of bridges. Splitting the water without giving a damn, it allows you to cross a moat like a maverick. The sunken bridge disappears into the water and is only visible when seen up close.

Designed by architecture group RO & AD, it's made from Accoya wood which is supposed to be extremely tough and durable. As cool as it does look we're a tad worried about any upcoming rainstorms...

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