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The people bridge of the Harbor, which before 1974 was also the vehicle bridge. Built on pontoons like a hundred years ago, it swings aside for the many freighters that come in and out of the harbor. We have come here four times and never...More
This is one of the coolest things I've seen in a while. It's a floating pontoon bridge that swings like a door and retracts depending on how large the vessels are that are crossing. You can stay on the bridge when it opens. Keep in...More
We got stuck on the bridge for about 10 mins, not understanding the signage or the horn blowing warning of the bridge opening. It is an amazing sight and experience. The next night we watched from shore as the bridge fully opened to allow a...More
Everyone who goes to Willemstad will walk across the giant pedestrian pontoon bridge named after Queen Emma. To see it open to let one of the giant tankers that head for the oil refinery is amazing. One of the wonders of Curacao and not to...More
It's not likely you have seen a bridge like this one. If you happen to get stuck on it when it swings open, you may be enjoying sites of the Willemstad Harbor for more than a few minutes. But, it is, I think, just intriguing...More
Very pretty views from the Queen Wilhelmina Bridge while visiting Curacao. The weather was very sunny and bright. You can see the water and you can go from one side of the island to the other side. Very nice time there!
This is a foot bridge connecting Punda and Otrobanda (literally"the other side") districts of Willemstad. Crossing it offers up tremendous photo opportunities as well as the somewhat novel experience of walking along a bridge which moves up and down with the swell of the sea....More