Photo by: Hubby
This Leonardo Da Vinci’s Bridge can be seen spanning E18, the highway between Oslo, Norway and Sweden in the township of Ås. This stunning bridge was originally designed by Leonardo Da Vinci, the artist of the Renaissance, in 1502 but never built. It was 500 years after when the Norwegian artist, Vebjorn Sand took the idea of building the bridge. It was unveiled on October 31, 2001.
The bridge serves as a pedestrian bridge over a highway in the town of Ås. It spans about 220 ft. long with a height of 26 ft. The Leonardo Da Vinci’s bridge honors both the Renaissance artist and the contemporary artist of all time.