List of bridges

The list of bridges is a link page for any bridges that are notable enough to have an article, or that are likely to have an article in the future, sorted alphabetically by country.

Lists of bridges by country (alphabetical order)

Afghanistan

Albania

Algeria

Andorra

Argentina

Armenia

Australia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Belarus

Belgium

Bermuda

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Botswana

Brazil

Bulgaria

Cambodia

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Costa Rica

Croatia

Curaçao

  • Juliana Bridge
  • Emma Bridge
  • Wilhelmina Bridge
  • John Smith Bridge

Czech Republic

Denmark

Dominican Republic

Egypt

Estonia

  • Saaremaa Bridge, proposed
  • Sõpruse Bridge, Narva
  • Sõpruse Bridge, Tartu
  • Vabaduse Bridge, Tartu

Finland

Georgia

Germany

Ghana

Greece

Guyana

Hungary

Iceland

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Korea, North

Korea, South

Kuwait

  • Jahra Road Bridge

Laos

Lebanon

Liberia

Libya

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malaysia

Malta

Mexico

Moldova

Montenegro

Mozambique

Myanmar

Namibia

Netherlands

New Zealand

Nigeria

North Macedonia

Norway

Pakistan

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Qatar

Réunion

Romania

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Singapore

South Africa

Spain

Sri Lanka

Suriname

Sweden

Switzerland

Syria

Taiwan

Tajikistan

Tanzania

Thailand

Turkey

Turkmenistan

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

Just a few of the most famous bridges in the U.S. are:

Uzbekistan

Venezuela

Vietnam

Zimbabwe and Zambia

  • Victoria Falls Bridge - linking Zimbabwe to Zambia, built in 1905 as part of the projected Cape-Cairo railway.

See also

References

  1. "Egypt's Sisi opens huge suspension bridge over the Nile". Reuters. 15 May 2019.
  2. 蓬莱橋, Shimada City Official Web cite Archived 16 February 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  3. James A. O’Kon (2005). "Computer Modeling of the Seventh Century Maya Suspension Bridge at Yaxchilan". Computing in Civil Engineering, Proceedings of the 2005 ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering Cancun, Mexico. 179: 124. doi:10.1061/40794(179)124.
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