Driving in the most scary road can make someone nervous and have an accident. There is a bridge in Norway which is very unique and in a couple of years it has made headlines in the news. This road is called the Atlantic road (Atlanterhavsveien) or Stroseisundet.
The structure of the road shows that the road is going no where until when you see the other end. If you check carefully at this road, it looks like any car that reaches at the far end of the road will fall into the water down.
People who will drive in this road for the first time will have doubtful minds of either to go back or check if there is an end on the other side.
The bridge was opened in 1989 and it is 260 meters long. It is fun crossing this bridge, therefore arrange a trip to go and see how amazing it look.
It won 'Norwegian Construction of the Century', the coveted title because of its amazing structure and innovative design.
What can you say about the bridge, drop your comments.
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