La Salve Bridge
From its real name “Príncipes de España”, La Salve Bridge was the first bridge in Spain with a system of tie-rods and a metal panel. Built in the early 1970s to connect the city center with the outlying districts, it is now totally linked to the Guggenheim Museum, where its modern touch does not go unnoticed: A large red door of the French artist Daniel Buren called “L’arc rouge” (The red arc).
A timelapse video taken from La Salve bridge:
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