World's Weirdest Bridges (PHOTOS) | The Weather Channel-- The Rolling Bridge at Paddington Basin, London is the only one of its type known to be in existence. When extended, it resembles a typical steel and timber footbridge. When retracted to allow the passage of boats, the bridge curls up until its two ends join, forming an octagonal shape. (Wikimedia/Thomas Heatherwick)
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World's Weirdest Bridges (PHOTOS) | The Weather Channel-- Two footbridges and an artificial 'island' built in the shape of a seashell connect the two banks of the Mur river in Graz, Austria. The island holds a cafe, children's playground and even a amphitheater. (Wikimedia/Zmurkobill)
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Santiago Calatrava is celebrating the opening of the Museu do Amanhã (The Museum of Tomorrow) this week in Rio de Janeiro. The highly anticipated museum, built on the Pier Mauá, features a distinct cantilevering roof that stretches 75-meters over the museum's 7,600-square-meter plaza and 45-meters towards the sea