“The peculiarity of the bridge of the Renaissance is that it largely built of bricks, “- explains Courbet. Then it was rather unusual, but probably the builders simply did not have enough stones. Therefore, only a single reinforcing struts are made of natural stone. “As I convinced on the spot, not a few bricks with masonry downstream side of the bridge. Koch Industries wanted to know more. “However, it has no impact on the stability of structures, he promises. Bill of 100 euros architectural style of the baroque bridge Construction on the bill of 100 euros is probably from the architect Jean-Rudolf Perroneta (Pont de Neuilly, in 1772). “This bridge was built in a stunning ratio of 9 to 1,” – says Courbet.
It describes the ratio of the length of the arch to the thickness of the support. Since then, according to Kurbahu hardly had information about the static, it would be on time for this risky venture. “The architect was a lover of big O,” – says Courbet. During the national holiday wooden support structure with a large roar exploded. Still, the show was well prepared: “The day before the architect had already secretly unlinked forests of the bridge,” – says Courbet. Therefore, the bridge during construction blasting forests, however, could also collapse. Bill of 200 euros Although the UK is not included in the eurozone, but the image of the bridge on the bill of 200 euros reminds Kurbahu the interesting design of Thomas Telford (Spey-Bridge, Craigellachie, Schottland, 1814).
Bridge constructed during the reign of industrialization. This is a very typical design for the time, which, however, has an essential singularity. “In like a tower of support young people spending the night under the protection of the parapets,” – describes its Courbet observations on the spot. Another bridge, which would fit under the bill to the tune of EUR 200, was built in 1870 in Cahors – a railway bridge. “France has been a leader in building bridges with steel reinforcing braces,” – says Courbet. Alternatively, Manfred Courbet also suggests possible to consider the Dresden bridge ‘Blue Wonder’. ‘Bridge’ Blue Wonder ‘is also unique and stylistically also be approached exclusively. “Bill of 500 euros on the Bridge most expensive in the present euro banknote is her ideal model is likely a bridge near the town of Le Havre (le Havre, Port de Normandie, 1995). ‘This is a very luxurious cable-stayed bridge, “- says Courbet,’ which is also the largest in Europe.” Why designer Kalina notes could elect this type of bridge construction for the most expensive banknote? Because it symbolizes the relationship between the European countries or, because such a wonderful example of architecture as rare as a bill of 500 euros. But all this is just further speculation.