5 Breathtaking Bridges

Updated on November 4, 2018 in Architecture Matters 2019

Dong Hai Bridge

Dong Hai Bridge
Breathtaking bridge? well, not really. The Dong Hai bridge has a simple design, but the muddy water is an eye-sore. The bridge is constructed with the latest technology, making it the longest over-sea bridge in the world. —thanks to plastic — the bridge is more sustainable and stronger.

Messina Bridge

Messina Bridge
If completed, the controversial bridge over the Strait of Messina—the two-mile-wide body of water separating Sicily from the Italian mainland—would become the longest suspension bridge ever built.
Those cables sure is long.

Oresund Bridge

Oresund Bridge
The longest combined road and rail bridge in Europe, the Oresund creates an international link between Denmark and Sweden.

Millau Viaduct Bridge

Millau Viaduct Bridge
The Millau Viaduct is a work of both engineering prowess and architectural grace. Design by world one of the world’s most famous architect – Norman Foster.

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Scenic / Crooked Bridge

Scenic / Crooked Bridge
Malaysia yesterday scrapped a contentious plan to build a ’scenic bridge’ to Singapore, seen here in an artist’s rendering, and has refused further negotiation with the city state on other issues. Looks like a snake crawling all the way from Malaysia to Singapore. The idea behind a crooked bridge is to enable crago ship to sail underneath the bridge, bypassing Singapore port. Good idea, too bad they’re not building it.

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