A GERMAN optical illusion that appears to show a disappearing road has left motorists stunned.
The Storseisundet Bridge in Norway is built in such a way that from a certain angle it appears as if you are going down a steep ledge into the abyss.
Also known as the drunken bridge, it appears to have a different shape from every angle, which is what makes it so special.
However, despite its stunning appearance, the bridge is completely safe and you will not fall to the icy depths of 23 meters below you.
Once the drivers start crossing, it supposedly seems to disappear in front of you as you continue your journey.
It lies on the five-mile Atlantic Ocean Road, which was built in 2005 and has become very popular with admiring tourists.
The road connects the mainland of the Romsdal Peninsula with the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal County.
The bridge itself is paved and opened on July 7, 1989.
This is how it looks from a different angle.
As you can see, it looks completely normal from a different perspective, which will ease the fears of nervous motorists.
The world-famous building is surrounded by beautiful, untouched nature, which also attracts numerous tourists.
The cantilever bridge measures 260 meters in length and is the longest of the eight bridges that make up the Atlantic Road.
It should come as no surprise that it has also been nicknamed “the road to nowhere”.
The famous architecture has also been featured in TV commercials due to its crazy shape.
Similar to this bridge, another optical illusion uses angles to create an optical illusion that makes your face appear thinner.
In the meantime, this tricky picture hides a hidden animal, can you spot it?
https://www.thesun.ie/motors/8701573/motorist-baffled-optical-illusion-disappearing-road/ Motorists are amazed by a dazzling optical illusion that shows a disappearing road