The Pavilion Bridge of Zaragoza
The Pavilion Bridge is a cross between a bridge and pavilion
exhibition which was built for the International Exposition in 2008.
Designed by British architect Zaha Hadid from Iraq, the bridge
on the Ebro River links the city to the Expo site.
This impressive building of 270 m horizontal length with its
Gladiolus form is completely covered and contains rooms for
exhibitions. It was born on the right bank of the river Ebro and branches in
three stems to reach the left bank.