St Anna's Tunnel

Anne Renaux
Article By: Anne Renaux
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St Anna's Tunnel is a pedestrian and bicycle tunnel connecting the left and right banks of Antwerp under the Schelde. The tunnel was built in 1933 and still has its authentic wooden stairs. The tunnel is some 500 meters long and has escalators and lifts at the end. At first, there were plans to build a bridge over the Schelde, but since this would have caused hindrance for the shipping traffic, a tunnel was built instead. To this day, most parts of the tunnel are still original. The tunnel is still used by hundreds of people every day. If you walk through the tunnel, you end up at Linkeroever, a nice place where you can enjoy the Antwerp skyline. Photo credits: Picture by user 2427990 from Pixabay.
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  • Sint-Annatunnel, Antwerpen, Belgium
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