Ten Bridges You Need to Cross

How many posts have you read about the incredible culture and architecture behind beautiful bridges around the world? Take a look for yourself at the hard work behind this beautiful infrastructure.

Ten Bridges You Need to Cross (and then cross off your bucket-list)

1. Millau Viaduct: Tran Valley, France

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Courtesy of Google Images.

The tallest bridge in the world reaching 343 meters above the base of its structure.

2. The Helix Bridge: Marina Bay, Singapore

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Courtesy of Google Images.

This pedestrian bridge is known for it’s nifty design.

3. Vasco Da Gama Bridge: Lisbon, Portugal

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Courtesy of Google Images.

4. Pont Du Gard Aqueduct: Gard, France

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5. Tower Bridge: London, England

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Courtesy of Google Images.

This bridge has become an icon for London.

6. Golden Gate Bridge: San Francisco, United States

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Courtesy of Google Images.

7. Sydney Harbour Bridge: Sydney, Australia

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Courtesy of Google Images.

This bridge is an iconic structure that opened in 1932. 

8. Ponte Vecchio: Florence, Italy

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Courtesy of Google Images.

This is a medieval bridge that was built with shops alongside it as was common back in the day.

9. Siosepol: Isfahan, Iran

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Courtesy of Google Images.

This beautiful bridge consists of 33 arches on top and bottom.

10. Brooklyn Bridge, New York, United States

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Courtesy of Google Images.

One of the oldest bridges in the United States.

Now you can go ahead and add these beautiful paths to your bucket-list. Who knew the worlds bridges could be so beautiful?

Until tomorrow,

Anna Marie

4 thoughts on “Ten Bridges You Need to Cross

    • Anna Marie says:

      I’m sure the Helix bridge was absolutely gorgeous! I love the idea of that bridge. You must be a world traveler to have seen quite a few on that list. I hope to check them all off my bucket list one day.

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