Have you seen this water bridge in Holland that breaks all the laws of physics


The Veluwemeer Aqueduct is a bridge in Holland that connects Flevoland, a man-made island, to the mainland of the Netherlands.

Cars can continue to move without interfering with water traffic thanks to the inventive creation of the engineers.

During the bridge’s construction, engineers envisioned a continuous flow of land and water transportation without ferries, traffic jams, or delays.

The plan was realized: Transport by land and water does not interfere with one another. Impressive are the figures:

The 3-meter-deep underwater bridge is used by 28,000 cars every day, and boats safely cross the water surface above the bridge.

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