Astounding and Interactive Sidewalk Art Around the World

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The Loopgraafbrug walkway in Halsteren, Holland at Fort de Roovere is nicknamed the Moses Bridge, and it’s easy to see why. The sunken structure submerges pedestrians in a wooden pathway so they can actually walk on water. It also recalls the history of the West Brabant Water Line, which was a defensive point between villages and Spanish/French invaders during the 17th century.