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Greisch, René

Greisch, René (1929–2000). Belgian architect and engineer, celebrated for his many bridges in Belgium and Luxembourg, and for his search for harmony between aesthetics and technical innovations. Among his suspension-bridges may be cited that over the Maas and the Albert Canal, Wandre (1989), and another over the Albert Canal at Hermalle-sous-Argenteau (1983)

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Albert Canal

Albert Canal, waterway, c.80 mi (130 km) long, N Belgium, from the Meuse River to the Scheldt River; constructed 1930–39. The canal connects the important industrial region around Liège with the port of Antwerp, Belgium.

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