This Sunken Pedestrian Bridge in Netherlands Allows You to Part the Sea Just Like Moses


To get across the defensive fortress in Halsteren, Netherlands, Ro Koster and Ad Kil Architects designed and built an incredible sunken bridge, which sits within the water and slope that surrounds the seventeenth-century Dutch fort. This bridge gives the visitors an entire new experience to walk across and through the parted waters just like Moses.

With Accoya wood sheet pilling made by Accsys Technologies’ as its material for building, the so-called Moses bridge was constructed with a hardwood deck and stairs in between through tongue-and-groove method. The Accoya wood was selected for its durability and sustainability benefits.



Watch the actual appearance of Sunken Pedestrian Bridge below.

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