Many Waters to Bridge. Bridges in the Netherlands
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Many Waters to Bridge. Bridges in the Netherlands

(Michel Bakker) The Low Countries - 2001, № 9, pp. 219-223

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The importance of bridges to the life of a country such as the Netherlands is almost impossible to overestimate. The country has the highest bridge density in the world. The author gives an abbreviated account of the history of Dutch bridge-building, topped off with descriptions of a number of bridges.

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