Six beautiful bridges around the world that defy creativity itself

<![CDATA[Who thought that bridges could ever be so elegant in shape, dimension and formation? These awesome bridges around the world give you an eternal experience even without crossing them over since they give you feel of a magical journey.

Pedestrian Bridge in Netherlands


Pedestrian bridge gives you an opportunity to walk through the water that has been separated through this bridge. In Halsteren, Netherlands, two extraordinarily talented architects Ro Koster and Ad Kil have built this beautiful piece of art that helps you to cross the defensive fortress. The unique bridge surrounds the 17th Century Dutch fort is made of Accsys technologies. The creative architects used Accoya wood since it is comparatively durable and sustainable. One feature that differentiates it from other bridges is that it is not over the bridge, but sunk within the water, which makes it look a part of the water itself. (Source)

Helix Bridge, Singapore


Helix Bridge across Singapore River looks beautiful during daytime and it gives a heavenly look at night. It was opened in 2010; this bridge has a DNA like structure, which adds more value to its beauty. It is visible from far away even at nighttime, which is the result of its LED lighting that makes it worth watching. (Source | Image)

Henderson Waves Bridge, Singapore


This wave like bridge that shines bright at nighttime is in Singapore. It was made to connect two of famous Singapore parks, Mount Faber Park and Telok Blangah Hill Park. The structure is made of steel to give it a firm grip. Unlike most other bridges, Henderson Waves Bridge provides seating facility and lounging. Since it has two beautiful parks around, sightseeing areas are also available to give you a scenic view of nature. (Source)

Kura River Bridge (Mtkvari), Tbilisi, Georgia


Nicknamed “Always Ultra” bridge since it has a resemblance with ladies maxi pad, the Bridge has the shape of a bow. In Tbilsi, capital of Georgia, this beautiful bridge is made over the Kura River and gives a scenic view of Metekhi Church, Narikala Fortress and Vakhtang Italian architect made the design of the building and the work of French lighting designer Philippe Martinaud added a great value to the already unique structure. Thousands of white LED’s make the curvy steel and glass canopy shine bright at night as if millions of stars have jumbled together at one place. (Source)

Banpo Bridge, Seoul, South Korea


Banpo Bridge is made over Han River to connect the districts of Seocho and Yongsan. Apart from serving the purpose of crossing the river, the visitors come here to see the lights, water fountains and  mystical combination of lightings that makes it an experience of lifetime. The bridge has the world’s longest bridge fountain. During the day, the bridge looks beautiful but it becomes divine at nighttime with 200 lights illuminating the fountain. (Source)

Gateshead Millennium Bridge


The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is one of those few bridges in the world that actually tilts. You can easily cross a simple pedestrian bridge when it tilts to one side and when it turns to the other side, it gives way to the ships to pass beneath.  Nicknamed as “winking Eye Bridge,” the architectural design has won many awards. This ultimate design came into existence during a design competition by Gateshead Council in 1996. (Source)]]>

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