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25th April Bridge
   is in   
Portugal
Originally named after dictator Salazar, it is the date of the Portugese Revolution
Afghanistan–Uzbekistan Friendship Bridge
   is in   
Uzbekistan
Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge
   is in   
Japan
The longest suspension bridge in the world; opened 1998
Albert Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
Albert Bridge
   is in   
England
Probaby the most beautiful bridge over the Thames in London
Alexander Nevsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Alfords Point Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Amu Daria River Bridge
   is in   
Uzbekistan
Andreyevsky Rail Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Andreyevsky Road Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Andy Dalby Bridge Of Lazyness
   is in   
Germany
Stuttgart
Angostura Bridge
   is in   
Venezuela
Anichkov Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Anzac Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Given its current name on Remembrance Day in 1998 to honour the memory of the soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) served in World War I. [wikipedia]
Arrábida Bridge
   is in   
Portugal
Porto
Asparuhov Most
   is in   
Bulgaria
Auckland Harbour Bridge
   is in   
New Zealand
Auckland
Bach De Roda Felipe II Bridge
   is in   
Spain
Barcelona
Bandra-Worli Sealink
   is in   
India
Mumbai
Bankovsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Batman Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Built in 1966-68, crosses the Tamar River in northern Tasmania. It was the first Cable-stayed bridge in Australia. Named after John Batman, Launceston businessman and founder of Melbourne.
Bebresh Viaduct
   is in   
Bulgaria
Bhairab Bridge
   is in   
Bangladesh
Big Obukhovsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Bloukrans Bridge
   is in   
South Africa
Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Bolshoy Krashokholmsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Bolshoy Ustinsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Bolte Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Bosphorus Bridge
   is in   
Turkey
In May, 2005 Venus Williams played a show game on the bridge against Ipek Senoglu, a Turkish tennis standout
Bowen Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brúgvin Um Streymin (bridge)
   is in   
The Faroe Islands
Bridge connecting the islands of Streymoy and Eysturoy
Bridge of the Americas
   is in   
Panama
Bridge of Four Lions
   is in   
Russia
Bridge of No Return
   is in   
Korea
Across the demarcation zone between North & South Korea
Bridge of Sighs
   is in   
Italy
Bridge over the Rio di Palazzo was erected in the year 1600 to connect the Doge's prisons with the inquisitor's rooms in the palace. The nickname was invented when Lord Byron said that the bridge's name was inspired by the sighs of condemned led to death.
Bridge of Youth
   is in   
Croatia
Bridge to Nowhere
   is in   
New Zealand
Bridgewater Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Spans the Derwent River in Tasmania, between Bridgewater and Granton. One of the first bridges constructed in Tasmania following British settlement in 1803, it is a vertical lift bridge.
Brooklyn Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Has a center lane open to pedestrians and bicycles
Broom Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Buñol Viaduct
   is in   
Spain
Buñol
Butt Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Calle-Calle Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Captain Cook Bridge
   is in   
Australia
In Sydney, linking Sans Souci and Taren Point over the Georges River.
Captain Cook Bridge
   is in   
Australia
In Brisbane, linking Gardens Point to Woolloongabba over the Brisbane River.
Caucau Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Centenary Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Centennial Bridge
   is in   
Panama
Chapel Bridge
   is in   
Switzerland
Lucerne
Charles Bridge
   is in   
The Czech Republic
Construction started in 1357; originally called "Stone Bridge"
Coatzacoalcos Bridge
   is in   
Mexico
Commonwealth Avenue Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Confederation Bridge
   is in   
Canada
Links Prince Edward Island with New Brunswick; opened May, 1997
Corofin Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Galway
Corredor Sur (bridge)
   is in   
Panama
Cosway Bridge
   is in   
Malaysia
The Craigavon Bridge
   is in   
Northern Ireland
Derry
Danshan Bridge
   is in   
China
Qingyin highway
D. Luís Bridge
   is in   
Portugal
Porto
D. Maria Pia Bridge
   is in   
Portugal
Porto
Donghai Bridge
   is in   
China
The longest cross-sea bridge in the world at present.
Douglas MacArthur Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Manila
Dr. Franjo Tuđman Bridge
   is in   
Croatia
East-Link Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Egyptian Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Elorn Cable-stayed Bridge
   is in   
France
Brittany
Enneus Heerma Bridge
   is in   
The Netherlands
Entrance Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Erasmus Bridge
   is in   
The Netherlands
Exchange Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Farø Bridges
   is in   
Denmark
Between Falster and Zealand
Farmleigh Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge
   is in   
Turkey
Opened in 1988 in Istanbul, it spans the Bosphorus Strait.
First Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Forth Railway Bridge
   is in   
Scotland
Links Scotland's capitol Edinburgh with Fife; featured in Hitchcock's "The 39 Steps"
The Foyle Bridge
   is in   
Northern Ireland
Derry
Frank Sherwin Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Frederick IX Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Spans the Guldborgsund strait between the islands of Falster and Lolland at Nykøbing Falster
Freedom Bridge
   is in   
Serbia
In Novi Sad.
Friendship Bridge
   is in   
Brazil
Paraguay-Brazil
Fr. Mathew Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Galata Bridge (Galata Köprüsü)
   is in   
Turkey
Istanbul
Garabit Viaduct
   is in   
France
Cantal
Gateway Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge
   is in   
Venezuela
George Washington Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Connects Manhattan Island in New York City and New Jersey
Gignac Bridge
   is in   
France
Hérault
Gladesville Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Sydney
Glienicke Bridge
   is in   
Germany
Berlin
Godavari Rail Bridge
   is in   
India
Andhra Pradesh
Golden Gate Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Notorious site for suicide. It is said a person jumps off the bridge every 15 days.
Goodwill Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
Grattan Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Great Belt Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Largest construction project in Danish history
Guadalupe Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Makati
Guldborgsund Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Spans the northern end of the Guldborgsun between the islands of Lolland and Falster
Haikou Bridge
   is in   
China
Hainan Province
Hangzhou Bay Bridge
   is in   
China
Under construction scheduled to be completed in 2008. A cable-stayed bridge across Hangzhou Bay China. It will be the second-longest bridge in the world and the longest trans-oceanic bridge.
Ha'Penny Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Got its name from Dublin having to pay a half penny in taxes to pay for this bridge.
Hardringe Bridge
   is in   
Bangladesh
Hercilio Luz Bridge
   is in   
Brazil
Named after then-governor of the state of Santa Catarina after completion in 1926. Closed since 1991.
Höga Kusten Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
Opened 1997
Hobart Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Homeland Bridge
   is in   
Croatia
Honshū-Shikoku Bridge Project
   is in   
Japan
Horai Bridge
   is in   
Japan
896.5 meter-long wooden tollgate bridge built in 1879.
Howrah Bridge
   is in   
India
Kolkota the world's busiest cantilever bridge in the world and world's one of the longest cantilever bridges.
Härma Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Humber Bridge
   is in   
England
4th largest suspension bridge in the world
Humen Bridge
   is in   
China
Šibenski Most (bridge)
   is in   
Croatia
Igelsta Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
2,140 m
Inglisild (bridge)
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Žirmūnai Bridge
   is in   
Lithuania
Iron Bridge
   is in   
England
First bridge of its size made out of cast iron (opened in 1781)
Iron Cove Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Iru Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Island Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Italian Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Jack Dalby Bridge Of Happiness
   is in   
Estonia
Tarratu
Jack Pesch Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Jade Belt Bridge
   is in   
China
James Joyce Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Jamuna Bridge
   is in   
Bangladesh
Longest bridge in Bangladesh and second longest in South Asia
Jiangyin Suspension Bridge
   is in   
China
Second largest in China after the Runyang
Junshan Bridge
   is in   
China
Hubei Province
Juan Pablo II Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge
   is in   
Brazil
Kaarsild (bridge)
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Kaayman's River Bridge
   is in   
South Africa
Kam Sheung Road (bridge)
   is in   
Hong Kong
Tuen Mun Viaduct
Kansai International Airport Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Access bridge ("The Sky Gate Bridge R") The longest Truss bridge in the world. 3 750 m. It is double decker upper is road lower is railroad.
Kap Shui Mun Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
King Carol I Bridge
   is in   
Romania
A railway bridge over Danube in Cernavodă
King Rama III Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
King Rama IX Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
King Rama V Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
King Rama VIII Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Kings Avenue Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Canberra
Kintai Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Iwakuni Yamaguchi
Kivisild (bridge)
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu (demolished)
Kochertalbrücke (bridge)
   is in   
Germany
(Kocher Valley Bridge) Schwäbisch Hall
Kolia Bhomora Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Assam
Kopu Bridge
   is in   
New Zealand
A single-lane swing bridge that spans the Waihou River, near its emergence into the Firth of Thames in the Thames-Coromandel District of New Zealand's North Island. The bridge was completed in 1928 and is part of State Highway 25. The swinging span in the middle of the bridge is 43 metres long and with an overall length of 463 metres, the bridge is the longest and oldest single lane bridge within the state highway network.
Krčki Most (bridge)
   is in   
Croatia
Kroonuaia Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Krung Thep Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Krung Thon Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Krymsky (Crimean) Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Kuradisild
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
The Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Consists of 2 parallel bridges: the longest bridges in the world by total length (longest of the two is 23.87 miles)
Lakhshaman Jhula
   is in   
India
Rishikesh
Öland Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
6,072 m
Latin Bridge in Sarajevo
   is in   
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Île D'Orléans Bridge
   is in   
Canada
Crosses the St. Lawrence River to Île d'Orléans in Québec
Lieutenant Schmidt Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Liffey Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin(Phoenix Park Tunnel)
Lindakivi Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Liteyny Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Lükati Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Lomonosov Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Loncomilla Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Loopline Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Lucan Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Lupu Bridge
   is in   
China
Shanghai Municipality Longest single steel arch.
Luzhniki Metro Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Älvsborg Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
933 m (418 m span)
Mackinac Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Pronounced "MACK-in-awe" it connects the upper and lower peninsulas of the US state of Michigan
Magat Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Situated in Isabela, it is also the secong longest bridge in the Philippines.
Mahatma Gandhi Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Spans the Ganges connecting Patna in the south to Hajipur in the north in Bihar, India
Malabadi Bridge
   is in   
Turkey
Diyarbakır
Malleco Viaduct
   is in   
Chile
Mandaue Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Cebu
Mangere Bridge
   is in   
New Zealand
Marcelo Fernan Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Cebu
Marco Polo Bridge
   is in   
China
Beijing Municipality
Masnedsund Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Crosses Masnedsund between the islands Masnedø and Zealand part of route to Falster
Mauricio Báez Bridge
   is in   
The Dominican Republic
In San Pedro De Macoris
Mcgees Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Hobart
Mega Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Mellows Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Menai Suspension Bridge
   is in   
Wales
In Welsh, the "Pont Grog y Borth"; it spans the Menai Straits from the island of Anglesey to the mainland of Wales.
Merida Bridge
   is in   
Spain
Merivale Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
Mezcala Bridge
   is in   
Mexico
Michael Dalby Bridge Of Brains
   is in   
India
Mumbai
Millau Viaduct
   is in   
France
Millau the tallest vehicular bridge in the world.
The Millau Viaduct
   is in   
France
Tallest vehicular bridge in the world; it is just 125 ft shorter than the Empire State Building
Millennium Bridge
   is in   
Montenegro
In Podgorica.
Millennium Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Minami Bisan-Seto Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Aka Great Seto Bridge
Mumbai Trans Harbour Bridge
   is in   
India
Mumbai
Mustakivi Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Naini Bridge
   is in   
India
Allahabad
Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge
   is in   
China
Jiangsu Province
Nanpu Bridge
   is in   
China
Shanghai Municipality
Nawarat Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Chiang Mai
New Kömürhan Bridge (Yeni Kömürhan Köprüsü)
   is in   
Turkey
Elaziğ
New Little Belt Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between Fredericia in Jutland and Middelfart on Funen
New London Bridge
   is in   
England
London
New Maslenica Bridge
   is in   
Croatia
New Monkey Bridge
   is in   
India
Lucknow
Nick Dalby Bridge Of Hard Work
   is in   
The Philippines
Manila
Nõmme Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Novospassky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Nowra Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Obbola Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
1,381 m (it is divided into two bridges that are 979 m and 402 m long)
O'Connell Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
O'Donovan Rossa Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Old Little Belt Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between Fredericia in Jutland and Middelfart on Funen
Old London Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Arizona,
Old Maslenica Bridge
   is in   
Croatia
Old Tigris Bridge
   is in   
Turkey
Diyarbakır
Oresund Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
From Sweden to Denmark. 7,845 m (of which 5,300 m in Sweden. 490 m span)
Orinoquia Bridge
   is in   
Venezuela
Otira Viaduct
   is in   
New Zealand
Overtoun Bridge
   is in   
Scotland
Gained public attention for the unusually large number of dogs that have leaped to their deaths
Pae Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Paški Most (bridge)
   is in   
Croatia
The Palace Bridge
   is in   
Russia
The tramway tracks were removed in 1998
Pamban Bridge
   is in   
India
Rameswaram
Papiniidu Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Pärnu
Parliament Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Cork
Pathum Thani Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Patriarshy Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Paul Sauer Bridge
   is in   
South Africa
Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Not in Hawaii; it crosses the Severn River northwest of Annapolis, Maryland.
Pedro De Valdivia Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Penang Bridge
   is in   
Malaysia
Pay the toll to get to Penang; but no charge for the return
Percy Burn Viaduct
   is in   
New Zealand
Peter the Great Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Phra Pinklao Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Pirita Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Plougastel Bridge
   is in   
France
Brittany
Podul Grant (bridge)
   is in   
Romania
Bucharest
Pont D'Avignon
   is in   
France
Avignon Vaucluse
Pont De Neuilly
   is in   
France
Paris
Pont De Normandie
   is in   
France
Normandy
Pont Du Diable
   is in   
France
Hérault
Pont Du Gard
   is in   
France
Gard
Ponte De Amizade
   is in   
Macau Special Administrative Region
Ponte Della Maddalena
   is in   
Italy
Lucca Tuscany
Ponte De Sai Van
   is in   
Macau Special Administrative Region
Ponte Governador Nobre De Carvalho
   is in   
Macau Special Administrative Region
Ponte Vecchio
   is in   
Italy
Florence
Pont Neuf
   is in   
France
Paris
Precious Belt Bridge
   is in   
China
Jiangsu Province
Puente Del Alamillo (bridge)
   is in   
Spain
Seville
Puente Duarte (bridge)
   is in   
The Dominican Republic
In Santo Domingo
Puente Juan Bosch (bridge)
   is in   
The Dominican Republic
In Santo Domingo
Puente Nizao (bridge)
   is in   
The Dominican Republic
Near San Cristobal
Pushkinsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
Pyrmont Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Sydney
Quarter Mile Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Victoria
Québec Bridge
   is in   
Canada
Longest cantilever bridge span in the world; it crosses the St Lawrence River
Queen Alexandrine Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Crosses Ulv Sund between the islands of Zeeland and Møn
Quezon Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Manila
Rakaia Bridges (road and Rail)
   is in   
New Zealand
Ramakrishna Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Kolkata (to be inaugarated in April 2007)
Raudsild (bridge)
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
The Øresundbroen / Öresundsbron (bridge)
   is in   
Denmark / Sweden
Rialto Bridge
   is in   
Italy
Venice
Richmond Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Tasmania
Richmond Bridge
   is in   
England
Over the Thames. Loads of riverside pubs nearby. Good for totty in summer.
Rio-Antirio Bridge
   is in   
Greece
The first people to cross the bridge were the Olympic torchbearers
Rio-Niterói Bridge
   is in   
Brazil
Highest central span in the world.
Road-Railway Bridge
   is in   
Serbia
In Novi Sad.
Río Cruces Bridge
   is in   
Chile
Rory O'More Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Roseville Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Sydney
Ross Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Tasmania
Runyang Bridge
   is in   
China
Crosses the Yangtze River in Jiangsu Provence
Rupsha Bridge
   is in   
Bangladesh
Sallingsund Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between the island Mors and the Salling peninsula on the mainland Jutland
Salmon Weir Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Galway
Second Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Semenovsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Seán Heuston Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Seán O'Casey Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Seonimgyo Bridge
   is in   
South Korea
Severan Bridge
   is in   
Turkey
Adıyaman
Severn Bridge
   is in   
England/Wales
San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Carries approximately 280,000 vehicles per day
Shantou Bay Bridge
   is in   
China
Fujian Province Connects with Guangdong province
Shifeng Bridge
   is in   
China
Beijing Municipality
Signature Bridge
   is in   
India
NCR Delhi
Siimu Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Pärnu
Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge
   is in   
China
Liaoning Province
Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge
   is in   
North Korea
Sinŭiju
San Juanico Bridge
   is in   
The Philippines
Leyte-Samar Bridge
Smuuli Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Spit Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Sydney
Sõpruse Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Stallbacka Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
1392 m
Stari Most (bridge)
   is in   
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Stone Bridge
   is in   
Macedonia
Located in the capital city Skopje -- The Stone Bridge (Камен Мост) connects Macedonia Square, in the Center of Skopje, to the Old Town of the city
Storstrøm Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between Falster and Zealand via Masnedø
Story Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
Sundial Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Sunshine Skyway Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Spanning Tampa Bay in Florida, it can withstand impact from an 87,000-ton tanker traveling at 10 knots. It replaces the original bridge which was hit by a tanker in bad weather in 1980 that destroyed a span of over 1200 feet dropping vehicles from a height of 700 feet into Tampa Bay.
Suramadu Bridge
   is in   
Indonesia
Sutong Bridge
   is in   
China
Jiangsu Province
Svendborgsund Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between the town of Svendborg on Fyn and Vindeby on the island of Tåsinge
Sydney Harbour Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Bridge was formally opened on 19 March 1932. Known as "the Coathanger". Paul Hogan of Crocodile Dundee fame, once was a bridge-painter on this bridge.
Taksin Bridge
   is in   
Thailand
Bangkok
Talbot Memorial Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Tamar Bridge
   is in   
England
Major road bridge in southwest England that carries traffic between Devon and Cornwall.
Tampico Bridge
   is in   
Mexico
Tasman Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Hobart
Tatara Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Opened in 1999. Its steel towers are 722 ft high and shaped like an inverted Y
Teufelsbrücke (bridge)
   is in   
Switzerland
Schöllenen Gorge Uri
Third Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Ting Kau Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
Tjörnbron Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
664 m (366 m span)
Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line
   is in   
Japan
Bridge-tunnel
Tom Uglys Bridge
   is in   
Australia
In Sydney, linking Blakehurst to Sylvania, over the Georges River.
Tongling Bridge
   is in   
China
Anhui Province
Tower Bridge
   is in   
England
Sometimes mistakenly called "London Bridge" which is the next bridge upstream.
Trajan's Bridge
   is in   
Romania
For more than 1000 years it was the longest bridge in the world. The Romans built it over the lower Danube.
Trinity Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Tripartite Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Tsing Ma Bridge
   is in   
Hong Kong
Main span of 4,518 ft. Largest bridge in the world carrying rail traffic.
Tuchkov Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Tugela River Bridge
   is in   
South Africa
Turusild (bridge)
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Tyne Bridge
   is in   
England
Opened in 1928 by King George V. Links Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead.
Uddevalla Bridge
   is in   
Sweden
1,712 m (414 m span)
Unkapani Bridge (Unkapanı Köprüsü)
   is in   
Turkey
Istanbul
Đurđevica Tara Bridge
   is in   
Montenegro
Tara river
Uzun Köprü (bridge)
   is in   
Turkey
Edirne
Vabaduse Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu (planned)
Valakupiai Bridge
   is in   
Lithuania
Varadin Bridge
   is in   
Serbia
In Novi Sad.
Varraku Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
The Vasco Da Gama Bridge
   is in   
Portugal
Longest bridge in Europe at 10.7 miles.
Vejle Fjord Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Between Mølholm and Nørremarken near the town of Vejle
Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
Connects Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York City
Võidu Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tartu
Võidujooksu Bridge
   is in   
Estonia
Tallinn
Vidyasagar Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Kolkata
Vikramshila Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Bhagalpur
Vilsund Bridge
   is in   
Denmark
Crosses Vildsund between Mors and Thy
Vivekananda Setu (bridge)
   is in   
India
Kolkata (a.k.a. 2nd Hooghly Bridge) - over Hooghly River in Kolkata West Bengal India is the longest cable-stayed bridge in South Asia (including Southeast Asia). The total length is 823 m (2 -- 700 ft) with the main span measuring 457.2 m (1 -- 500 ft) in length
Volodarsky Bridge
   is in   
Russia
St Petersburg
Walter Taylor Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
West Gate Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Melbourne
West-Link Bridge
   is in   
The Republic of Ireland
Dublin
Westminster Bridge
   is in   
England
London,
Willemsbrug (bridge)
   is in   
The Netherlands
William Jolly Bridge
   is in   
Australia
Brisbane
Wuhu Yangtze River Bridge
   is in   
China
Anhui Province
Yokohama Bay Bridge
   is in   
Japan
Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge
   is in   
The U.S.A.
A 8 laned cable-stayed bridge that crosses the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts. [wikipedia]
Zeeland Bridge
   is in   
The Netherlands
Zhaozhou Bridge
   is in   
China
Hebei The world's oldest open-spandrel stone segmental arch bridge in the true sense.


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