The very first sight of the Magdeburg bridge in Germany seems very ordinary but it has more to speak. A closer view reflects the reality. This water bridge actually forms a water intersection which is said to be the biggest water crossing in Europe. This is said to be the world's largest water bridge with a distance of 106 m between its pillar and made up of a whopping 24,000 tons of steel, and 68,000 m3 of concrete stuffing. The vital stats of this bridge is 918 m in length with 34 m in width and 4.25 m in depth.
The Millau Viaduct is a craze for those frantic vehiculars. Reason is that this is the World's tallest vehicular bridge. This bridge was accomplished in the year 2004 and it had started all way back 17 years ago. This bridge is a real human glory especially for its pinnacling height. The Millau Viaduct connects Paris with Perpignan. This bridge encompasses the latest laser technology, GPS, specific surface coats unique to this construction and high performance concrete technology. This bridge is 2460 m long and 32 m wide and 343 m high at the aforesaid highest point.
This is an astonishingly stunning bridge and in the truest sense bridges the gap between Copenhagen in Denmark and Malmo in Sweden. This bridge seems to be a typical maze as a 4 line highway and a two track railway seem to disappear abruptly into the sea. Till date, it seems out of human imagination as how the architects could have built it exactly Whether it is a bridge a tunnel or is it both? This is the longest road and rail bridge in the whole of Europe. The Oresund bridge showcases an amazing beauty seemingly found with no other bridge. An aerial view of this bridge personifies the look of a ski ramp. Amazing and beholding!
The Hangzhou bay bridge in China reckons to be the longest running trans oceanic bridge in the whole world. It spreads against the Hangzhou bay and connects Shanghai and Ninbo in China. The construction of this bridge has indeed bridged the distance between Shanghai and Ninbo making them one of the most flourishing economic zones. The Hangzhou bay bridge boasts of having six expressway lanes running in two different directions and the basic purpose of this bridge was to reduce the traffic congestion.
Perched at a height of 36 meters or equivalent to that of a 12 storey building, this is said to be the highest pedestrian bridge in Singapore. This bridge is 300 meters in length. Sometimes our mind wanders to get some solace. Wonders like this just act as an icing to the cake. It is a dream come true to have a fleeting glimpse of these artifacts which really glorify the cult of human engineering.