“Moonlight Rainbow” Worlds Longest Fountain Bridge Tauheed Ahmad July 13, 2014 Travel 2794 Banpo Bridge Water Fountain is world’s longest fountain bridge located in downtown Seoul along with Hangan River. This is really a unique bridge which operates both side of bridge and it is more than one kilometer long. The project was launched in 2007, for the purpose of to revive the river area for locals and tourist. It was installed in September 2009, to further beautify the city, and connecting the Secocho and Yongsan districts. The water is directly pumped from river and incessantly recycled. It is first double deck bridge construct in South Korea and given name of “Moonlight Rainbow”. The lovely fountain shoots down 190 tons of water per minute to the river and shoots as far as 43 meters horizontally. In the night the fountain colors transform to that of a rainbow by the 200 lights that radiate several colorful effects. The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain set a Guinness World Record with nearly 10,000 LED nozzles that run along both sides that is 1,140m long. Related PostsHovenring, the Floating Circular Cycle Bridge in EindhovenThe Incredible Magdeburg Water Bridge in GermanyRainbow RosesSpectacular Rainbow Spectrums Mirrored throughout Palacio de CristalNetherland’s Astonishing Slauerhoffbrug Flying DrawbridgeBreathtaking Frozen Views of Niagara Falls?Lifetime Photo, Rainbow and Lightening Captured TogetherLeonardo Da Vinci’s Golden Horn Bridge Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.