Cable Supported Bridges across Straits in Denmark
Keywords:Modern Movement, Modern architecture, Modern housing
The Jylland (Jutland) peninsula and the approximately 278 islands that form Denmark have had bridge connections since the Middle Ages. The most notable bridges of the 20th century are the high level bridges such as the Lillebælt Bridge from 1935 and the Storstrøm Bridge from 1937. Cable supported bridges and cable-stayed bridges have been making up the most significant infrastructural aspects which cross the seaways of the Baltic Sea.
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Gimsing, N. J. (2011). Cable Supported Bridges across Straits in Denmark. Docomomo Journal, (45), 68–75. https://doi.org/10.52200/45.A.52UG7J2U
Copyright (c) 2011 Niels Jørgen Gimsing
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