The Invisible Bridge of Moses in Holland

The Netherlands is, in my opinion, one of the most beautiful European countries and that has the most to offer each visitor. Among the many constructions that you can see throughout the country, the Invisible Bridge is striking , which is located in the reservoir of the fortress in Halsteren, bordering the famous Dutch 17th Century fort. A phenomenon that is not only unique in Europe but nowhere in the world is there a bridge like this.

Made of wood and materials that do not harm the environment, it is integrated into the reservoir and gives rise to a very original landscape. A couple of Dutch architects presented the project with this original design, something that by the way everyone has loved it. Although it seems simple, the truth is that it cannot be built in any river or lagoon since the bridge would be flooded and if there were a drought when the water disappeared, the bridge would be seen, something that does not happen in this case.

Its upper edges are exactly at the same level as the water , which makes it impossible to see that it is there when viewed from a distance. Being next to a castle is one of the most visited places in the country, and in fact more and more people want to go to that area to be able to cross the famous invisible bridge and be able to practically walk on the water. It is also called the Moses Bridge since all the tourists said that it seems that the water parted so that people could pass.

Without a doubt, the architects have used imagination and also have done it with great success. The famous invisible bridge was inaugurated less than 4 months ago but it did not take long to go around the world either.