A Gigantic Construction

We leave the E4 and drive along the coast. The country is more varied and often you can even see the Baltic Sea. Unfortunately, it rains again and again. The elk shields disappear, but there are now wild boars.

The south coast is holiday region, summer house lined with summer house. In the campsite is permanent camping at its best announced with geraniums and fence.

We are lucky and the next morning the sun comes out. The Öresund Bridge is the world’s longest cable-stayed bridge with a length of almost 8 km, a gigantic structure that was given to traffic on July 1, 2000.

On the bridge, we cross the border with Denmark.

Together with the Drogden Tunnel, the bridge connects Sweden and Denmark.

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