Unique passageway connecting Denmark and Sweden – A bridge, a tunnel and a man-made island between Copenhagen and Malmö


It’s a great and unique idea for sea-sick people who want to go to Sweden or Denmark, the two countries separated by the Øresund strait made it a reality after five years of construction. a cable-stayed bridge in 8km long reaches an artificial island named Peberholm (Pepper Islet) about 4km, where it turns into an underwater tunnel ( Drogden ) of 4km, which has a motorway running the upper level while the railway line below.

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