Netherlands Maastricht Pedestrian Bridge

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Gert Lucas

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Hoge Brug is a bridge located in the city of Maastricht in the southern part of the Netherlands. The bridge spans the River Maas and connects the neighborhoods of Wyck and Céramique.

The Hoge Brug, also known as the "Scharbergbrug," was built in 2003 as part of the redevelopment of the Céramique district, which was a former industrial area that has since been transformed into a modern residential and commercial area. The bridge was designed by the Dutch architect, Adriaan Geuze, and was constructed using steel and concrete.

One of the unique features of the Hoge Brug is its impressive height, which allows for large boats and ships to pass underneath. The bridge also offers stunning views of the River Maas and the city skyline, making it a popular spot for tourists and locals alike.

In addition to its practical function as a bridge, the Hoge Brug has become an important cultural landmark in Maastricht, serving as a symbol of the city's modernization and urban development.

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