Friday, July 17, 2015

New to the Denmark
coast: Sculpture at Varna Palace, a walkable loop that stretches from
land to sea. Designed by Gjøde & Povlsgaard Arkitekter for the
"Sculpture by the sea" festival in Aarhus, the infinite bridge stretches
roughly 330 feet into the bay, providing tourists with an unprecedented
panoramic view of the Danish coastline. The design measures about 660
feet in diameter and was installed at the site of an old demolished Jetty to
commemorate the area's historic past as a steamship port—the circular
shape represents the sailing routes that once linked the city to the bay.
At high tide, the sculpture is elevated slightly above the surface of the
water, giving visitors not only a unique vantage point to snap the
landscape, but also creating the perfect spot to jump in for a swim.
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