Peace Bridge

Local namePeace Bridge
LocationCalgary, Canada

Peace Bridge is a bridge that accommodates people walking and cycling across the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, opened for use on March 24, 2012. It has the popular nickname "Finger Trap Bridge" due to its visual similarity to the finger trap puzzle.The bridge was built by The City of Calgary to connect the southern Bow River pathway and Downtown Calgary with the northern Bow River pathway and the community of Sunnyside. This connection was designed to accommodate the increasing number of people commuting to and from work and those utilizing Calgary's pathways. The bridge is reportedly used by 6000 people a day and has ranked among the top 10 architectural projects in 2012 and among the top 10 public spaces of 2012.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_Bridge_(Calgary)

Address (Unnamed Road), Calgary T2P, Canada

Coordinates 51°3'14.077" N -114°4'44.059" E

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