Storseisundet Bridge to Nowhere

Nervous drivers (and nervous passengers) - beware! To deal adequately with the spectacle Storseisundet Bridge in Norway, you need to prepare well. It connects the mainland with the island of Avery in the province Møre og Romsdal, but the whole trick lies in the fact that he does not look like connecting anything to anything. We approach it seems likely the 23-meter springboard from which you can dive with the car into the icy sea water.

1. Of course, it's just an optical illusion. The bridge is constructed in such a way as to create the illusion of a "bridge to nowhere" in approaching it from a certain angle.

2. Known locally as "Drunken Bridge", it is the longest of the eight bridges "Atlantic road" and attracts many tourists.

3. Why is the bridge looks just that - a secret, known to only one architect.

4. It seems that with the change in the angle at which you look at the bridge, and its shape is changing, and this is the uniqueness of the design.


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