11. Oresund Bridge (Oresund Strait, Denmark and Sweden)
Oresund Bridge has one of the longest cable-stayed spans in the world at 1,608ft and carries 60,000 travellers by car, bus and train per day.
12. Tsing Ma Bridge (Hong Kong, China)
The gravity-anchored Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong is the 6th largest suspension bridge in the world, and carries more rail traffic than any other bridge on earth!
13. Bosphorus Bridge (Istanbul, Turkey)
The uniquness of the Bosphorus Bridge comes from the fact that Istanbul is the only place in the world where a bridge links two continents – Asia and Europe.
14. San Diego – Coronado Bridge (San Diego, US)
This award-winning bridge quickly became an area landmark after its opening in 1969. With a vertical clearance of approximately 200 feet, the tallest ships can pass beneath it.
15. Akashi-Kaikyō Bridge (Kobe-Naruto, Japan)
The Akashi-Kaikyo bridge is the daddy of all suspension bridges.
16. Hangzhou Bay Bridge (Zhejiang, China)
The Hangzhou Bay Bridge is the longest ocean-crossing bridge in the world!
17. Magdeburg Water Bridge (Magdeburg, Germany)
The Magdeburg Water Bridge is exactly what its name suggests; a bridge made over water!
18. Brooklyn Bridge (New York City, US)
Brooklyn Bridge is the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. At the time it opened, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world fifty percent longer than any previously built and has become a treasured landmark.
19. Nanpu Bridge (Shanghai, China)
The spiral bridge approach in puxi is considered to be a wonder in world bridge construction. It is made to minimize the amount of land used by the bridge approach.
20. Richmond Bridge (London, England)
Richmond Bridge is the oldest Thames bridge in Greater London!