Elizabeth Quay Bridge, Perth, Australia
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Info. Elizabeth Quay Bridge, Perth, Australia
From this aerial view, Elizabeth Quay Bridge in Perth, Australia, closely resembles the infinity symbol first introduced in a 17th-century mathematical text. View this bridge from ground level and you’ll realise that the figure-8 seen from above is totally different when viewed from below. The architects designed the bridge to link the Swan River with the city. The upper left and bottom right curves seen in this image are actually double arches that loop up and then under a 110-metre pedestrian and bicycle pathway. This path offers views of Perth’s central business district and links the area with the newly developed waterfront precinct Elizabeth Quay, which features shops, restaurants, bars and apartments.