In Holland there is a water bridge that breaks all the laws of physics

The Veluwemeer Aqueduct is a Dutch bridge that connects the mainland of Holland with the artificial island of Flevoland. Engineers’ creative creations allow vehicles to move continuously without interfering with water traffic.

The engineers’ idea when building the bridge was that both land and water traffic could move continuously without congestion, ferrying, or delays.

The bridge has become an item of adoration for the whole world. Every day, 28,000 vehicles cross the 3-meter-deep underwater bridge, and boats glide quietly across the water above the bridge.
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