Bridges of Europe

Bridges of Europe

Rotterdam, Netherlands | View Map

Bridges of Europe

ROBIN STAM as Association

On January 1, 2002 in Europe new banknotes in circulation, designed by the Austrian Robert Kalina. The seven notes are next to windows and doors also depicted bridges. Each bridge has a look that can be recognized in European cultural history: Classical, Romanesque period, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo, iron and glass architecture, and modern 20th century architecture. The bridges are meant as a symbol of the close cooperation and communication between European countries and between Europe and the rest of the world. However, the bridges on the notes are depicted are fictitious! They are invented to prevent one Member State but has listed a bridge on a ticket and the other not. Country-neutral bills so.

It would be wonderful if suddenly that the bridges of the Euro notes still appear to exist? It would be an even more wonderful idea if that bridges all in a row around a new housing project in Spijkenisse! I have chosen to copy the bridges as possible so the same cropping, same color.

The bridges are almost finished. The last bridge opens July 9.

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