It’s the longest cable-stayed bridge in Africa. Just recently finished, the Mohammed VI Bridge is an iconic new landmark and an engineering marvel: 950 meters long and 6 lanes wide, supported by two 200 meter-tall towers with 160 cables.
Built to connect Morocco’s capital, Rabat, to the city of Salé, the Mohammed VI Bridge is a symbol of the country’s modernization. And with its use of dynamic LED Philips lighting, it’s also spectacularly illuminating.
The Mohammed VI Bridge’s unique architectural design is complemented by Philips Color Kinetics technology that provides architectural lighting effects. This tech provides flexibility to change up to 16 million colors and create spectacular light shows… which have been dazzling the Moroccan desert since the bridge’s completion.