1. Golden Gate Bridge: San Francisco, United States
Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California, and one of the internationally recognized symbols of the United States. It is arguably the most recognizable bridges in the world. It has been declared one of the modern Wonders of the World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Sex Frommers travel guide considers the Golden Gate Bridge “possibly the most beautiful, certainly the most photographed bridge in the world”. It opened in 1937 and 1964 to 4,200 feet (1,280 meters), was the longest suspension bridge main span in the world.
2. Sydney Harbour Bridge: Sydney, Australia
Nickname because of its arch-based design Sydney locals “Coathanger”. Bridge, the harbor, and dramatic nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The bridge opened in 1932 and is a focal point of Australian pride and celebration. This is the sixth longest spanning-arch bridge in the world. It is 48.8 meters (160 feet) wide, the tallest steel arch bridge, long and wide. Fireworks to create different effects like a disco ball and smiling faces every year for New Year’s Eve shows are used to complement the bridge itself.
3. Ponte Vecchio: Florence, Italy
Ponte Vecchio on the Arno River is a Medieval stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge, Florence, Italy. It is mainly known for jewelers, art dealers and souvenir sellers of their shops. Regardless, Ponte Vecchio dating back Brige beautiful and rich history of the Romans. Under express orders from Adolf Hitler – World War was not destroyed by the Nazis during the Great Bridge – unlike many other bridges in Europe.
4. Gateshead Millennium Bridge: Gateshead, England
Is referred to as ‘the shape and the’ Blinking Eye Bridge tilting mechanism or a winking eyes a moment. The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is the world’s first and currently the only bridge tilting. But Newcastle is the most amazing thing about this pedestrian and biker crossing river as if it is raised and lowered when the eye is hit show. September 2001. It has won its innovative and unique design of Queen Elizabeth loads of awards since it opened in 2002, was officially opened to the public.
5. Tsing Ma Bridge: Hong Kong, China
Tsing Ma Bridge is the world’s ninth-longest span suspension bridge, and was the longest time to complete. It features two decks and both road and rail traffic, they also carry which makes it the largest suspension bridge in this category. There are no roads to the bridge. 41m wide deck carries six lanes of automobile traffic, with three lanes in each direction. The lower level contains two railway tracks and two sheltered carriageways, particularly severe typhoons strike Hong Kong bridge deck is accessed when maintenance is closed to traffic and traffic lanes.
6. Brooklyn Bridge: New York City, United States
Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. The crucial period of 486.3 meters, and with the first steel-wire suspension bridge, the largest in the world from its opening until 1903 long suspension bridge. Since its opening, it has become an icon of New York City, and is a national historic landmark and was designated a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark.
7. Akashi-Kaikyō or Pearl Bridge: Kobe-Naruto, Japan
The Pearl Bridge has the longest central span of any suspension bridge in the world, with 1,991m at its completion in 1998. It is one of the key links of the Honshū-Shikoku Bridge Project, which created three routes across the Inland Sea. The Bridge stood a true test of strength even before it opened when it survived the Kobe Earthquake on January 17, 1995.
8. Nanpu Bridge: Shanghai, China
Known for its funky and innovative spiral point, Nanpu Bridge in Shanghai designers came up with a new idea to save space. This is an important period of less than 428 meters, compared to its sister bridge (Yangpu Bridge). 57th longest cable stayed bridge in the world, opened to the public in 1991.
9. Tower Bridge: London, England
A combined bascule and suspension bridge over the River Thames in London. It is close to the Tower of London, which takes its name, and has become an iconic symbol of London. Prince of Wales Bridge by 30 June, was opened in 1894. Hollywood blockbuster “Sherlock Holmes is played out on the bridge at the height of the last scenes of a movie.”
10. Pont du Gard Aqueduct: Gard, France
Built by the Roman Empire list is complete without at least one groove for a moment. PONT DU GARD is used in the south of France, built between Christ, Gardon River, before heading to Vers-Doo 150 E. 19. It is stored with the best Segovia tract of the Roman bridges and sewers. It was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites of historical significance. Today it is a popular tourist destination in France and has gained the attention of literary and artistic visitors succession.