Wednesday, 21 September 2011

The Strangest Bridges in the World

Bridges bring people closer together, both symbolically and literally. These photos of some of the most unusual bridges in the world will blow your mind. If you ever get a chance to visit one of the places where these bridges are located, make sure that you take it. These bridges are interesting and unique. Enjoy sightseeing.

Three red steel bridges connect the residential islands Sporenburg and Borneo. The thing that makes these bridges unique is their meandering shape. The two bridges are 90m long and the third one is 25m long.

This strange wooden object in Russian countryside is solely made of wood. It is called The Half-Bridge of Hope. It may look like a bridge but it has no practical purpose than the one of art. This art object looks more like the Stairway to Heaven.

Blocks of concrete are lowered to let the ships pass. It looks as if it is a ruin.

 The Slauerhoffbrug located in the Nederlands, designed by Van Driel Mechatronica. It is a highly automatic bridge and has the ability to sense and adapt to its surroundings.

This is the Bridge of Aspiration and it is between the Royal Ballet School and the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.

This old interesting bridge connects Mining Building at the University of Toronto with the next building.


  1. hmmmmm u should have photshopped one that says fu*k you

  2. These bridges truly are interesting and unique! The Half-Bridge of Hope gives me goose bumps. I don’t think I can cross that bridge even if someone pays me tons of money. I would do it, though, if it were made of stainless steel. That would give me certainty that it will be able to carry enough weight.

    Salvatore Aguilar