The Moses Bridge, A Design Inspired By G-d

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Really love the design for this “Moses Bridge” located in Holland.
The bridge is stretched out across a moat to reach a historic fortress built in the 17th century to protect against French and Spanish invasion.
It allows people to cross the parted water and reminds me of when the Jewish people left Egypt and crossed the Red Sea parted by G-d through the hands of Moshe.
The amazing design makes it hard to spot from a distance making it part of the fort’s defensive camouflage.
I am not sure how they prevent the water flooding in over the walls when the water rises and drowning the proverbial evil Egyptian armies of yesteryear.
I think the greatest designs are inspired by the hand of G-d and this is one of them.
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Source Photo 1: here and Photo 2: here

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