The pictures seem nice and pretty, and some are even pretty amazing. But, I can tell what makes a large majority of the pictured bridges “amazing.”
What is the one where it looks like the road goes underwater??
i’m surprised you didn’t include any by calatrava, or maybe the millau bridge.
Very nice, a few captions like name, and where could be nicer 🙂
Thanks for sharing this one.
what about the millau bridge?
The third “bridge” is clearly an aqueduct.
The one going under water is in Virginia. It goes under the Chesapeake Bay.
the third one is not a bridge… its an a roman aqueduct… but hey… close enough…
that’s the hampton roads bridge tunnel between hampton and norfolk virginia, usa.
one is not a bridge….its an aqueduct…
Captions including the name and locations of the bridges would be helpful. But the shots are nice.
I believe the one going underwater is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge & Tunnel.
If not, well, that one goes underwater, too. It’s a spectacular drive — like driving out on the open ocean next to supertankers.
ok, buuuut… that 3°rd pic is an aquaduct, not a bridge!
THE ONE THAT GOES UNDERWATER IS THE ORESUND BRIDGE/TUNNEL THAT GOES FROM COPENHAGEN, DENMARK TO MALMO, SWEDEN. I THINK THAT THE ONE WITH THE BENCHES IS THAT BRIDGE ALSO.
any chance you could put the locations of the bridges? maybe names?
the one where it goes under water is the Chesapeake Bay Bridge in Virginia
What about the Bixby Bridge in Big Sur?
What about the first ever iron bridge?
Gotta hell of a lot of history, and it looks pretty impressive too:
The one that goes underwater is in Tokyo bay.
what is the name of the last bridge ????? you should really write the name of the bridges because what if little kids go to this site they are on your site to learn chill ax and pu the names of the bridges
the third is in fact a bridge, it is the pont du gard outside of either avignon at remoulins
it is an aqueduct that has a bridge co-structured at the first level of arches
what about charles’ bridge Prague, Czech Republic
beautiful artistry and the mortar is egg yolk and lime
everyone should look it up on wikipedia
Hello? I am doing a project on cool architecture and the bridges were all amazing!! But I need the names so you totally got my hopes up and crushed them. lolz…
It was really amazing & while going through pictures I felt i am in some different world. thanks for a pleasure journey
awesome bridges awesome awesome!!! i love them
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what about the great Narrows Bridge. come on guys… fell in 1940.. rebuilt and added to recently…. home to the biggest octopus in the world.
Nice collection. Of course number 3 is an aquaduct! It BRIDGES the gap enabling the water to flow between the two sides! So it is a bridge! Why be so pickey?
WHY HAVEN’T U PROVIDED US WITH THE NAMES????? GOOD PICS!!!!!
Pease write the names of the bridges and where are they located. By the way post some bridges from Ballcan area (Europe)
The one with the benches is at Lisboa, Portugal. Vasco da Gama Bridge. 🙂
I liked the pictures & I would like to learn more information’s about them ( names , locations , designers , basic constructions elements …..
what are the names of the bridges?????
beauty created by man.