Bridges in major cities have become famous for their classic designs and historical values. With a vast majority of these massive structures being high in the sky and above ground, sometimes you forget that these amazing man made feats can also be built into the ground.
The Moses Bridge, built by RO&AD Architecten, was built out of demand within the boundaries of a 17th century defense line. The access pathway allows the public to cross the old moat and continue with their leisurely activities– or in this area’s case, play on the bridge.
The built piece of architecture is at water level, so it’s invisible to the naked eye when skimming across the straight and narrow. But Rest assured it is an interesting view from inside the neatly constructed pathway.