Saturday, January 31, 2015

Makin' History

To avoid unduly honoring any country over any other country, the EU put generic, made-up bridges on its banknotes.

So an architect in the Netherlands went and built the bridges.

So if you happen to be in Europe, and you want to see the famous bridges on the European banknotes, now you know: they're in the Netherlands.

By the way, the bridges are tiny and adorable.

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