Top 7 Most impressive bridges in the world

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1. Golden Gate Bridge, US

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It is consider as an internationally most famous symbols of San Francisco, United States which is also declared as one of the world wonders. This longest bridge has a perfect view for photography in the world.

2. Sydney Harbour Bridge, Australia

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It is nicknamed as ‘Coathanger’ by the Sydney locals by keeping in mind of its arch-structured design. It is the sixth longest spanning-arch bridge in the world.

3. Ponte Vecchio, Florence, Italy

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The Ponte Vecchio is an oldest medieval rock congested spandrel segmental arch bridge situated over the Arno River, Florence, Italy. There are goldsmith’s shops and other building runs on this Ponte Vecchnio.

4. Nanpu Bridge, China

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This is a unique innovative design of funky spiral approach which came into idea to save space. The main span with 428 meters and it is one among the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world.

5. Tower Bridge, England

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This is a London’s most attractive spot that invites you into the world famous bridge to explore its iconic structure and spectacular views. The rocking and suspension bridge in London built across the Thames River which is close to Tower of London.

6. Roebling Suspension Bridge, Ohio

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This bridge connects the Ohio and Kentucky over the Ohio River. It constructed with a foundation of a set consisting of 13 layers of oak beams where each layer set perpendicular one beneath it and finally all connect at one cemented place.

7. Rolling Bridge, London

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It is a unique structured bridge that divided into eight linked segments that used hydraulics into the handrail to twist up more until it reaches the end.