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Bhutanese Traditional Bridges - Bazams
Mo Chhu Bazam - mix of medieval traditional design and modern technology
Punakha Dzong
Features wooden bridge, unsupported span, 55 m long, prototype of hybride construction, invisible steel elements, crossing Mo Chhu, concrete foundation protected by thousands of boulders and concrete blocks placed in the riverbed
engineering
company:
Walt + Galmarini AG (Switzerland)
contractor:
fund rising:
Pro Bhutan (Germany)
Pro Bhutan (Germany)
project of the Government of Bhutan
initiated by
inaugurated by
Prime Minister Lyonpo Sangay Ngedup (2000)
Prime Minister Jigmi Y Thinley (May 2008)
information
Pro Bhutan (Germany) (external link)

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