If you've ever wanted to slow down on a road or bridge and just look around, there may be one spot on the world made just for you.
The Puente Laguna Garzon bridge crosses over a lagoon on the southern coast of Uruguay, but it doesn't go straight across. Both sides curve around a circle, like a large roundabout.
This is to make sure people slow down when crossing and don't quickly drive across without looking around.
The Huffington Post reports that the bridge will also act as a tourist attraction, observation deck and fishing spot.