Moses Bridge of Fort de Roovere (12 pics + video)

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Recently the dutch fort Fort de Roovere was opened for tourists. Instead of building a normal bridge across the fort's moat, architects decided to make a sunken bridge. And it looks very cool.

1 Moses Bridge of Fort de Roovere (12 pics + video)


2 Moses Bridge of Fort de Roovere (12 pics + video)


3 Moses Bridge of Fort de Roovere (12 pics + video)


4 Moses Bridge of Fort de Roovere (12 pics + video)


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№1 Author: Runelord (14 Nov 2011 02:28) Total user comments: 160


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and when it floods? what then? will they have to employ someone to pump the water out?
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№2 Author: miscellaneous (14 Nov 2011 07:59) Total user comments: 4179


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"Moses Bridge" ... I get it .. looks pretty cool, but I think Runelord is right
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№3 Author: plaidpancake (14 Nov 2011 08:29) Total user comments: 2475


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is that the red sea? i always thought it would be bigger and redder
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№4 Author: deepacidcow (14 Nov 2011 10:27) Total user comments: 1285


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№5 Author: Lord Dodo (14 Nov 2011 11:50) Total user comments: 2064


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As it says it is a "dutch" fort, I assume it is in Netherlands. The water there is almost completely controlled, so there shouldn't be that much difference in the water height 01
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№6 Author: quackers (14 Nov 2011 12:02) Total user comments: 4830


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how can you call that a bridge a bridge go`s over the Water not through the water ,.,.,
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№7 Author: undeathvox (14 Nov 2011 19:08) Total user comments: 179


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Loooks great, but when it floods... well is obvious.
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№8 Author: Lu (14 Nov 2011 20:00) Total user comments: 15132


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Moses bridge - Seems legit.
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№9 Author: Pilgrim (14 Nov 2011 20:16) Total user comments: 2288


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^ Haha!
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№10 Author: bainpr (14 Nov 2011 20:20) Total user comments: 84


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the water there is almost completely man controlled so flodding rarely happens
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№11 Author: asep.gelo (14 Nov 2011 20:21) Total user comments: 146


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bridge closed when flooded. 07 i hope there's another mechanism to close the bridge when flood. 51
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№12 Author: Dark_Saint (14 Nov 2011 23:06) Total user comments: 101


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looks so great!. Something different 04
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