The Aqueduct Veluwemeer Netherlands Tauheed Ahmad March 3, 2017 Amazing & Incredible, Travel 3528 The Aqueduct Veluwemeer is a navigable aqueduct over the N302 road near Harderwijk, in eastern Netherlands. It is located under a small part of the lake Veluwemeer and at the same time connects the mainland Netherlands to Flevoland, which is the largest artificial island in the world. The aqueduct was opened to traffic in 2002, and about 25 meters long and 19 meters wide and has a water depth of 3 meters that permit small boats to pass through. There’re estimated 28,000 vehicles passes every day. Footpaths are built on either side of the aqueduct for public that really good to enjoy the view. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsLake Sørvágsvatn is the Biggest Lake of Faroe IslandsHovering Roundabout for Cyclists in the NetherlandsResearchers have come up with a blue strawberry by splicing them with Fish genes!Floating Walkway in The Middle of River in ChinaGisborne Airport; Railway Line Intersecting the Runway“The Rock Restaurant” giving a breathtaking sunset view you’d witnessThe Incredible Magdeburg Water Bridge in GermanyWorld’s Longest Traffic Jam in HistoryMud Volcano that has Supernatural Resemblance to a Massive Human EyeThe Twin Sails BridgeThe Unusual Phenomenon of Cold Geysers of Madagascar The Unusual Bottle Tree of Queensland Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.