The bridge is used to connect two opposite and far-flung places. Therefore, the bridge looted over the river, sea, until the ravine. In the past, this building can only be wooden bridge for the river bridge, then replaced with stones because it is stronger.
Over time, the bridge was built with charming design and construction as well as from stronger materials. As a result, they can still survive and can be used until now. Of course, this row of connections can be an instagenic photo spot and make your knees shake badly on top of it.
1. Thrill Walk bridge, Switzerland.
Thrill Walk is a bridge of steel whose holes are at the top of the Schilthorn in Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. To reach the peak you must conquer a path called Thrill Walk.
2. Aqueduct Veluwemeer Bridge, Netherland
Instead of being built on a lake, the Veluwemeer Aqueduct Bridge, the Netherlands is actually below the lake area. If seen in plain view, many will think the highway is disconnected with the path of the lake.
3. bridge eshima ohashi, japan
Eshima Ohashi Bridge, Japan is claimed to be the most horrible bridge in the world because it has a very steep derivative.
4. Millau Viaduct Bridge, France
Millau Viaduct Bridge, France across the valley of the River Tarn near Millau Town in the south of France is crowned as one of the highest bridges in the world.
5. The Rokotz Bridge, Germany
The Rokotz Bridge, Germany is called the devil’s bridge because it does not know who made it.
6. Capilano Bridge, Canada
Capilano Bridge is 140 meters long and 70 meters above the Capilanodi River in the North Vancouver district of Canada.
7. Vine Bridge, Japan
Judging from its shape alone, the Vine Bridge that stretches over the Iya-Gawa River in Japan, is frightening.
8. Carrick-a-rede Bridge, Ireland
Despite the beautiful scenery, walking over the Carrick-a-rede Bridge, Ireland, can make a tremulous knee.
9. The Kurilpa Bridge, Australia.
10. Hangzhou Bay Bridge in China