This bridge turns into an underwater tunnel to avoid hindering the navigational lanes of ships. The passenger and cargo ships can easily pass because the bridge is half underwater. As a driver coming from Denmark or Sweden, you can drive down through the underwater tunnel and reach the other side. This sophisticated roadway links Copenhagen to Malmö. Known as the Øresund, the bridge is designed by architect George K.S. Rotne who is a Danish architect. It was opened to the public on July 1, 2000, after 5 years of construction. The bridge amazingly stretches as long as 8km.
The structure is interesting and stunning both architecturally and biologically. According to a research, there are more than 500 unique species of plants inside the island, which was built from material taken from the seabed. The majority of the concrete underwater tunnel was prepared on land and taken to the location. Without a doubt, this is a marvelous piece of engineering.