WORLD’S LONGEST ICE BRIDGE IS COMING TO FINLAND

Dec 27, 2015 by

Next Monday the first batch of around 150 students will leave for Finland to build the world’s longest bridge

made of ice. The 65-meter-long paper fiber-reinforced bridge, inspired by a Leonardo da Vinci design,

is expected to be completed by mid February. It will become part of a site in the Finnish town of Juuka,

where a team from Eindhoven built the world’s largest ice dome in 2014.

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