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Construction of false tunnels

August , 12th 2016 | Via: @J_Marcos_Ortega | Seen: 5434 times
Construction of the false tunnels of Brotons in the AP-7 highway (Alicante) in 2007.
Construction of false tunnels
The construction of false tunnels, also known as "dummy tunnels" or "faux tunnels," is a technique used in civil engineering to create the appearance of a tunnel without actually excavating a subterranean structure. These features are commonly employed in architecture and road or railway design to preserve the aesthetics of an area or to reduce the visual impact of an infrastructure on the natural environment. Typically, they are constructed using lightweight materials and facades that mimic the appearance of a real tunnel, often enhancing the integration of the infrastructure into the surrounding landscape.
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