Posted on December 22, 2009 by mtidry
Click to watch Discovery's "How Stuff Works" video on the Magdeburg Bridge
The Magdeburg Bridge connects the Elbe-Havel and Mittelland canals (Berlin’s inland harbor and Rhine river ports), took six years to build, and cost a whopping 1/2 billion euros.
Interested in reading about more amazing bridges? Check out these Daily Dose entries:
Pont du Gard
Filed under: Daily Dose of Masonry | Tagged: architecture, bridges, concrete, construction, Magdeburg Water Bridge, masonry technology |