Two tunnels will be built in this project prepared by concrete. Established in depth of 100 ft, this tunnel will be 205 kilometers long. To control the tunnel, pontoons will be drawn on the surface of the water. There will be enough distance between these bridges so that sea ships can pass through them. This tunnel will be so strong that it will be weather resistant. Its construction will cost forty billion dollars.
If Norway succeeds in this project, then it will become the world’s first such tunnel. China, South Korea, Italy and Indonesia are also working on such type of project.
Motive behind the ambitious project
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