‘Scylla and Charybdis’ bridge to connect Sicily and Italy

‘Scylla and Charybdis’ bridge proposal to connect Sicily and Italy, it would be the longest bridge in the world.

Marchisciana Saverio Adriano inspired by mythological references to create the proposal of this impressive self-sufficient in energy bridge.



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The two towers are 396m high and 3,200m apart.

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Marchisciana Saverio Adriano said:



“I examined the fantastic tales about this evocative place that were told by the ancient Greeks. They believed that two enormous sea monsters lived here, Scylla and Charybdis; creatures that tormented navigators and endangered them as they navigated through the strait of Messina.”

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“The ‘Scylla and Charybdis’ bridge should not be a mere bridge whose only purpose is to provide a crossing between two regions; above all it should be a recognizable marker in the landscape, one that can also become an economic attractor for the whole of Southern Italy.”

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source Marchisciana Saverio Adrian