I received a cool picture via email the other day – a river bridging over another river! It’s man-made of course, but what a feat! It bridges the River Elbe in Germany and connects two important shipping canals. The project was put on hold indefinitely when Germany was split during the last century and was finally completed in 2003. I think this is pretty cool, so I’ll share it and thank fellow tangents.org blogger Jamiahsh for sending it to me. I don’t know why he didn’t put it on his blog, but I figure he probably would have gotten a chance by now if that’s what he wanted to do with it 🙂 Check it out:
For more information about the bridge, click here.