Already in 1643, when the Dutch dominated northeast Brazil, a wooden bridge was constructed to span the Capibaribe River, and to link the islands of Recife and Santo Antônio. Since then, the bridge has undergone various reforms throughout the centuries. Four statues are flanking both entrances of the bridge.
The picture is a compilation of separate images, joined with the help of Autopano software.
The original pictures were taken with a Canon PowerShot A540
f/4 1/1250 sec.
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