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Apr 9, 2021

[Answer] Which country took fictitious bridges from Euro banknotes and built them in real life?

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...1. Sweden 2. United Kingdom 3. Germany 4. The Netherlands




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The Netherlands - When designing the Euro banknotes in 2002, the European Central Bank chose bridges to symbolically represent the connection between the European Union countries. With seven banknotes and 19 E.U. member states, the bank didn’t want to play favorites by illustrating real bridges from only seven of the countries, so fictional bridges were used instead. The bridges on each note represent different architectural periods, from Classical to Romanesque to Rococo. But they were all imaginary — until a Dutch designer named Robin Stream decided to make them a reality in the small town of Spijkenisse, located near Rotterdam. Today, you can visit each one of the bridges made famous by the Euro, from the classical bridge on the €5 note to the 19th-century iron and glass on the €200 note.:


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