Millau Viaduct (France)
This bridge was built on December 14, 2004. It is the highest bridge in the world. The structure reaches a maximum height of 343 meters above the river Tarn, and a length of 2,460 m between the towns of Causse du Larzac and the Causse Rouge.
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Runyang Bridge (China)
If you visit China and drive from Beijing to Shanghai, you will see the mega construction for sure. It is actually a complex of two large bridges that cover 35 kilometres area in total. It is one of the longest bridges in the world.
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Vasco da Gama Bridge (Portugal)
Though it covers only 17.2 kilometres area, the Vasco da Gama bridge is the longest in Europe. On the bridge there is a six-lane highway.
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Confederation Bridge (Canada)
This bridge is the world's longest bridge over frozen water. It connects New Brunswick to Prince Edward Island. Driving through this bridge is quite an enjoying experience.
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Penang Bridge (Malaysia)
Lovers of modern architecture should admire the construction of this huge bridge. It covers a 13.5 kilometre area, more than 500 arches (192 on water), contain three lanes on each side and 30 feet above the water. It has been built since 1985. It offers fantastic views.
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Øresund Bridge (Denmark, Sweden)
It connects the Danish capital, Copenhagen with Malmo, in Sweden. Its importance is almost historical until the inauguration in 2000, Sweden and Finland were cut off by land with the rest of Europe.
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