While this giant trampoline bridge would probably never happen in real life due to so many reasons, one day when I’m super duper rich, I’m going to have one of these built so me and my friends (yes, you) can bounce back and forth all day until we pass out.
Known as the Moses Bridge, this unique sunken pedestrian bridge in the Netherlands was built in the 17th century and was part of a series of moats and fortresses built to try and thwart France and Spain from moving through Dutch waterways in case of invasion. Now, it’s just a gorgeous bridge.
China recently unveiled the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge, which they claim is the world’s longest bridge over water. Costing $2.3 billion to construct, the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge was built to cut the traveling time between Qingdao City and its Huangdao district from 40 minutes to 20.