‘Slinky Springs to Fame’ Bridge Built in Oberhausen, Germany – Design You Trust

‘Slinky Springs to Fame’ Bridge Built in Oberhausen, Germany

The new “Slinky Springs to Fame” bridge is illuminated at night in the western German city of Oberhausen. The 350-meter-long bridge was designed by German artist T. Rehberger. (Roland Weihrauch/AFP/Getty Images)

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