If you have ever wondered how Jesus defiled modern physics by walking on water, you now have a rare chance to get the undiluted answer you seek. Not only that, you can also do the same–yes, walk on water.
A report confirms the chance for this adventure won’t last forever, so make it to Lake Iseo in northern Italy in the next three weeks.
Lake Iseo just opened few days ago and will remain accessible until July 3rd.
According to an earlier report, “The Floating Piers” designed by artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, expect 3 km (almost 2 miles) of 200,000 high-density polyethylene cubes, where visitors will be able to walk from Sulzano to Monte Isola and to the island of San Paolo, which it encircles. And it’s absolutely free!
“The Floating Piers” will also be visible from the surrounding mountains. And get this – as the light changes throughout the day, the view of the piers will change from deep yellow to a shimmering gold to a reddish hue when wet.
“They will feel the movement of the water under foot,” Christo said. “It will be very sexy, a bit like walking on a water bed.”
People are already walking on water if you think it’s impossible. Grab your chance for the experience of a life time.