Most unusual bridges in the world

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    France Pont du Gard bridge Built between 40 and 60 AD by the Roman empire as an Aqueduct, it still works.
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    Japan Akashi Strait bridge or pearl bridge…..longest suspension bridge in the world
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    Singapore's Henderson Waves Bridge
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    Colorado Royal Gorge Bridge built in 1929 it was the highest bridge in the world for more than 70 years,
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    Singapore Helix Bridge
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    Venice, Italy, Rialto Bridge
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    Mostar, Bosnia, Stari Most
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    Florence, Italy, Ponte Vecchio
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    Malmo, Sweden Oresund Bridge/Tunnel
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    Millau-Creissels, France, Millau viaduct
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    Redding, California, Sundial bridge
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    Shanghai China, Lupu Bridge
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    Langkawi, Malaysia, Langkawi Sky Bridge
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    Liuzhou, China, Chengyang Bridge
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    Magdeburg, Germany, Magdeburg Wasserbruecke
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    Brasilia Brazil Juscelino Kubitschek Bridge
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    Buenes Aires, Argentina Puente de la Mujer
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    Shandong province, China Immortal Bridge
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    Graz, Austria Aiola island bridge
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    Newcastle, England Gateshead Millenium Bridge yes this thing actually tilts to allow boats to pass
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    Falkirk, Scotland, The Falkirk Wheel This lifts boats from one canal to another higher canal. Previously boats had to go through 11 locks to go from one to the other.
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    Norway, Bridge to Nowhere
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    Netherlands Bridge of Moses
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    Japan Kawazu Nanadaru loop bridge
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    Japan, Hureai Bridge
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    Moscow Zhivopisny Bridge
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    Sedona Arizona The Devil’s Bridge
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    The footbridge Tiebele West Africa
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    Epirus Greece, Ancient Stone bridge
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    Ronda Spain, Puente Nuevo despite its name, the “new” bridge was completed in 1793
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    Taipei Taiwan, Moon bridge in Dahu Park
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    Melbourne, Australia, Web Bridge
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    Las Lajas Colombia, Cathedral Bridge
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    Zhangjiajie, Hunan, China, Moon Bridge
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    Beautiful things. Thanks.
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    don't usually get nervous on bridges but i truly believe the gorge in colorado would cause a puckering effect!
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    Impressive & breathtaking. Thank you for sharing
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    Been across Royal Gorge a couple times - in car and on foot. One time the wind was blowing fairly strong and the swaying certainly had a puckering effect.
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    Those were very interesting bridges, thanks for sharing.
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    Good stuff. I've been fortunate enough to see a few of them.
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    some are truly amazing...thanks
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