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Monday 20 September 2010

Great Bridges and Design Showcases

One of the great symbolic representation of our country are bridges. So we taught to come up with some great bridges and their design with the technology used for constructing them.But the architects and engineers have merged the design and technology together in order to create bridges that are bigger, better, and more spectacular than ever before. Several representations are stunning and a true marve lclassic engineering capablities.

We have compiled a list of Great bridges and their designs of the world, both young and old.

Akashi-Kaikyō Bridge (Kobe, Japan)

Bixby Creek Bridge (Big Sur, California, USA)

Bixby

Bosphorus Bridge (Istanbul, Turkey)

Bosphorus

The Bridge of Aspiration (Covent Garden, London, UK)

BridgeOfAspirations

Bridge of Sighs (Venice, Italy)

BridgeOfSighs

Brooklyn Bridge (Brooklyn, New York, USA)

BrooklynBridge

Chengyang Bridge (Sanjiang of Guangxi Province, China)

Chengyang

Chesapeake Bay Bridge (Chesapeake Bay, Maryland, USA)

ChesapeakeBayBridge

The Iron Bridge (Coalbrookdale, UK)

Coalbrookdale

Confederation Bridge (New Brunswick, Canada)

Confederation

Coronado Bridge (San Diego, California, USA)

Coronado

Donghai Bridge (Shanghai, China)

Donghai

Erasmus Bridge (Rotterdam, Netherlands)

ErasmusBridge

Fehmarn Belt Bridge (Hamburg, Germany to Copenhagen, Denmark)

FehrmanBeltBridge

Forth Railway Bridge (Fife, Scotland)

ForthBridge

Gateshead Millennium Bridge (Gateshead to Newcastle, UK)

GatesheadMillenium

Golden Gate Bridge (San Franciso, California, USA)

GoldenGateBridge

The Half-Bridge of Hope (Russia)

HalfBridge

Hangzhou Bay Bridge (Hangzhou Bay, China)

HangzhouBay

Humber Bridge (Kingston upon Hull, England)

HumberBridge

Hussaini Bridge (Passu, Pakistan)

Hussaini

Jadukata Bridge (Ranikor, India)

Jadukata

Kawazu (Kawazu-cho, Japan)

Kawazu

Khaju Bridge (Isfahan, Iran)

Khaju

Kintaikyo Bridge (Iwakuni City, Japan)

Kintaikyo

Mackinac Bridge (Gaylord, Michigan, USA)

Mackinac

Magdeburg Water Bridge (Magdeburg, Germany)

MagdeburgWaterBridge

The Millau Viaduct (Millau, France)

Millau

Nanpu Bridge (Shanghai, China)

Nanpu

Natural Bridge

NaturalBridge

New River Gorge Bridge (Fayetteville, West Virginia)

Oresund Bridge (Copenhagen, Denmark to Malmö, Sweden)

OresundBridge

Pont du Gard (Vers-Pont-du-Gard, France)

PontduGard

Ponte Dom Luís (Porto to Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal)

PonteDomLuis

Ponte Vecchio (Florence, Italy)

PonteVecchio

Puente del Alamillo (Seville, Andalusi, Spain)

PuenteDelAlamillo

Red Bridge (Oude Diemen, North Holland)

RedBridgeAmsterdam

Rio–Antirrio Bridge (Rio to Antirrio, Greece)

RioAntirio

Stari Most (Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina)

StariMost

Sundial Bridge (Redding, California)

Sundial

Sunshine Skyway Bridge (Tampa Bay, Florida)

SunshineSkyway

Sutong Bridge (Suzhou, China)

SutongBridge

Sydney Harbour (Sydney, New South Wales)

SydneyHarbour

Thomas Malone Covered Bridge (Beaver Creek, Ohio)

ThomasMaloneCoveredBridge

Tower Bridge (London, UK)

TowerBridge

Tsing Ma Bridge (Hong Kong, China)

TsingMaBridge

Vasco da Gama Bridge (Lisbon, Portugal)

VascoDeGama

Verrazano-Narrows Bridge (Staten Island to Brooklyn, New York, USA)

VerranzoNarrows

West Montrose Covered Bridge (Ontario, Canada)

WestMontroseCoveredBridge

Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge (Boston, Massachussetts, USA)

ZakimBumker

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