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Jason Kravitz (Brussels and Sometimes Oklahoma, Belgium) on 23 April 2019 in Abstract & Conceptual and Portfolio.

Visiting the Moses Bridge (Loopgraafbrug) in Halsteren, Netherlands.

This sunken bridge spans a small canal at Fort de Roovere which was a key defense of the old Dutch Water Line.

Crossing the bridge with the canal on either side, it feels a bit like parting the waters, hence the nickname of the Moses Bridge.

It was created by using two dams on either side of the bridge as well as a drainage system which pumps out any water that accumulates at the bottom.

There are many hiking trails and water features around here that make for a nice day out of hiking and exploring.

Nearby is the Uitkijktoren Pompejus which is a 25m tower with 129 steps which provides beautiful views of the surrounding countryside.

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