10 OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BRIDGES IN THE WORLD

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10 OF THE WORLD’S MOST BEAUTIFUL BRIDGES

Bridges connect states, nations, and countries, and they have a beauty that lasts forever.As we travel, they pull us toward them, take us to our goal, and magically change the landscape or skyline.They have been important in history and in people’s lives for a long time.Bridges are different from most buildings because they change how we live and move every day.

These are ten of the world’s most beautiful bridges:

Tower Bridge, London, England

Tower Bridge is what I see when I think of London.It’s without a doubt one of the world’s most loved and beautiful bridges.At night, the high-level walkway has amazing views of the whole city.Take one of the many river trips to get a different view.

Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy

The Rialto Bridge is probably the most famous bridge that crosses the Grand Canal. It is the background of many pictures from Venice.Even though a lot of people are taking pictures, you’ll have one of the best views of Venice’s canals and waterside sites.

 

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California

I love a lot of things about San Francisco, but the Golden Gate Bridge is my favorite.To get to Sausalito, you can walk, bike, or take the boat. Have a nice lunch there, and then take the bus or ferry back.Beautiful views can be seen from any part of the bridge.It’s one of the most photographed bridges in the world for a reason.

Cornish-Windsor Bridge, New Hampshire/Vermont

I’ve always been interested in covered bridges.I miss the days when people went by horse-drawn carriage.That’s why the Cornish-Windsor Bridge was on my list. It goes across the Connecticut River between New Hampshire and Vermont and is beautiful all year, but especially beautiful in the fall.This covered bridge is one of the largest in the US.

Brooklyn Bridge, New York

Maybe I would have been kicked out of town if I didn’t pick the well-known and beautiful Brooklyn Bridge.By connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan, the bridge changed the course of New York’s history forever. Its steel wires were strung high above the East River, and its huge granite towers reached 277 feet into the sky.If you want to see the city skyline at night, walk across at dusk.

Millau Viaduct, Millau, France

The Millau Viaduct in France is the first thing that comes to mind when I think of “marvels of engineering.”When it opened in 2004, the bridge was the world’s tallest (more than 1,100 feet). It goes across the whole valley of the River Tarn in southern France.The bridge isn’t open to bikes or people on foot, so you’ll have to drive across.If you want to see the views, you should go when it’s not too busy.

Ponte Vecchio, Florence, Italy

The “Old Bridge” in Florence is one of a kind and fits right in with the rest of the city.It is one of the oldest and most popular bridges in Florence. It was built by the Romans.It’s amazing that the bridge has been used almost nonstop for hundreds of years. Its long history and beautiful views make it a very special place.

The Singapore Helix Bridge, Singapore

The Helix Bridge in Singapore, which just opened in 2010, is very different from some of the other bridges on this list.It is the only bridge on the list that can be crossed by foot, but it is already becoming an icon.The bridge is a one-of-a-kind work of art that looks great at night.You’ll love the walk and the pictures you’ll get.

Bixby Bridge, Big Sur, California

The Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur is in a beautiful place, between the beautiful Pacific Ocean and the rough California shoreline.This is a must-see bridge on your way down Highway 1. It’s made of simple materials and isn’t fancy in the least.You will love the views from the bridge, and you will be glad you spent so much money on that lovely camera.[See also: Weekend in Big Sur]

Chain Bridge, Budapest

You might start to think I like suspension bridges after seeing the Chain Bridge on my list. That could very well be true; I think their towers and cables look great against any city or scenery. The Széchenyi Chain Bridge, which spans the Danube and is made of iron and stone, is a real work of art. It is one of the most beautiful scenes in the Hungarian city, with the royal castle in the background.

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