Nicknamed it the “Moses Bridge,” the Loopgraafbrug (a funny little Dutch words that means trench bridge) at Fort de Roovere, Netherlands appears to part Red Sea-like. When at water level, visitors can’t really see the bridge that crosses a moat, as the bridge itself goes through the body of water. From a distance, the bridge appears to vanish, allowing the viewer to see the flow of the moat uninterrupted. Visitors who aren’t totally terrified, will naturally feel like a biblical prophet as they walk across the water. I just hope folks stick with the crowd the came with, otherwise someone could end up wandering the desert for 40 years.
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