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Meschio Railway Bridge

The Meschio Railway Bridge is a riveted railway bridge built in 1918. It is located on the Mestre–Cormons line, in the northeast of Italy. The 1918 structure was taken out of service in 2006, then dismantled. The main beams were taken to the Stru ...

                                               

Mesi Bridge

Mesi Bridge is a bridge in the village of Mes, about 5 km northeast of Shkoder, in northwestern Albania. It is a monument of Postribe culture, turning the site into a tourist attraction with a lot of visitors from all around the world. For foreig ...

                                               

Michael Davitt Bridge

The Michael Davitt Bridge is a swing bridge in County Mayo, Ireland that crosses from Achill Island to the Mainland.

                                               

Millennium Bridge (Kazan)

The Millennium Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans Kazanka River, in Kazan, Russia. Its name originates from Kazans thousandth anniversary, widely celebrated in 2005 and the shape of its M-like pylon. The construction of the bridge began i ...

                                               

Moerdijk bridges

The Moerdijk bridges in the Netherlands are bridges that connect the Island of Dordrecht with the Dutch province of North Brabant across the Hollands Diep. The first bridge was built at the end of the 19th century, and was a railway bridge. The s ...

                                               

Ponte Molino (Padua)

The Ponte Molino is a Roman segmental arch bridge across the Bacchiglione in Padua, Italy. The span-to-rise ratio of the Late Republican bridge varies between 3.5–4.5 and 1, the ratio of clear span and pier thickness between 4–6.5 and 1. Apart fr ...

                                               

Mullen Bridge

Mullen Bridge is the name of the old bridge crossing the Royal Canal in Maynooth in County Kildare, Ireland. It was built between 1790 and 1800. The bridge used to carry the main R406 road leading south out of the town across the canal and a rail ...

                                               

Neckar Viaduct, Weitingen

The Neckar Viaduct at Weitingen is a bridge that crosses the River Neckar, near the village Horb am Neckar. The bridge is an important part of motorway A81s section Stuttgart - Singen.

                                               

New Bridge (Dublin)

The New Bridge is a bridge over the River Dodder in Dublin. The bridge is also known as Herberts Bridge or Lansdowne Bridge. The bridge is part of Lansdowne Road.

                                               

Nine Arches Bridge

The Nine Arches Bridge is the informal name of a viaduct over the River Dodder in Milltown, Dublin. Luas Green Line crosses the bridge. There is no access for pedestrians.

                                               

Novo-Konyushenny Bridge

The Novo-Konyushenny Bridge is a bridge across the Griboedov Canal in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It acts as an extension of the Stable Square.

                                               

Olawski Bridge

Olawski Bridge is a road bridge over the Olawa River in Wroclaw, Poland. It was also known as Mauritius Brucke or Margarethenbrucke, St. Mauritius Bridge, and. It was constructed during 1882–1883 and was designed by Alexander Kaumann, with assist ...

                                               

Old Bridge (Maribor)

The Old Bridge, also named the State Bridge, the Main Bridge and the Drava Bridge, is a bridge crossing the Drava River in Maribor, northeastern Slovenia. It links Carinthia Street and Pobrezje Street and is 270 metres long. Its central part, spa ...

                                               

Old Weir Bridge

The Old Weir Bridge is an ancient bridge located in Killarney National Park in County Kerry, Ireland. It is a twin arch bridge made of stone. The bridge is situated at the spot known as the "Meeting of the Waters", where the three Killarney lakes ...

                                               

Pag Bridge

The Pag Bridge is the bridge that connects the island of Pag to the Croatian mainland. It is a 301 meters long, 9 meters wide bridge whose 201 meters long arch rises 35 meters above an Adriatic Sea strait called Ljubacka vrata. It was opened on 1 ...

                                               

Ponte Palatino

Ponte Palatino, also known as Ponte Inglese, is a bridge that links Lungotevere Aventino to Lungotevere Ripa in Rome, in the Rioni Ripa and Trastevere.

                                               

Panteleymonovsky Bridge

Panteleymonovsky Bridge is a bridge across the Fontanka River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bridge was erected in 1823 and was named after Panteleymonovskaya Street, which in turn was named after the nearby Church of St. Panteleimon. From 1915 ...

                                               

Patriarshy Bridge

Patriarshy Bridge is a steel pedestrian box girder bridge that spans Moskva River and Vodootvodny Canal, connecting Cathedral of Christ the Saviour with Bersenevka in downtown Moscow, Russia. It was built in 2004, designed by Mikhail Posokhin. Th ...

                                               

Peace Bridge, Wroclaw

Peace Bridge in Polish Most Pokoju) is located in Wroclaw, Poland and was built from 1954 to 1959. It spans over 124 metres and was designed by professor Jan Kmita. At first it was known as Wojewodzki Bridge, but was renamed the "Peace Bridge" in ...

                                               

Pentele Bridge (Hungary)

The Pentele Bridge or M8 Danube Bridge is a highway bridge spanning river Danube between Dunavecse and Dunaujvaros. Construction was completed on 13 March 2007. The Pentele Bridge got her name after the village Dunapentele. The bridge is 1.682 m ...

                                               

Petofi Bridge

Petofi hid or Petofi Bridge is a bridge in Budapest, connecting Pest and Buda across the Danube. It is the second southernmost public bridge in Budapest. Its two ends are Goldmann Gyorgy ter next to the campuses of the Budapest University of Tech ...

                                               

Petras Vileisis Bridge

Petras Vileisis Bridge formerly known as Vilijampole Bridge is a bridge connecting Kaunas Old Town and Vilijampole, Lithuania. It is the last bridge over the Neris River before its mouth. Its length exceeds 291 metres, width 14 metres. The bridge ...

                                               

Ponte Pietra (Verona)

The Ponte Pietra, once known as the Pons Marmoreus, is a Roman arch bridge crossing the Adige River in Verona, Italy. The bridge was completed in 100 BC, and the Via Postumia from Genoa to Aquileia passed over it. It is the oldest bridge in Veron ...

                                               

Ponte di Pioraco

The Ponte di Pioraco is a Roman bridge in Pioraco, central Italy, presumably erected under emperor Augustus. It belonged to a branch road of the Via Flaminia, which ran from Nocera Umbra to the east through Pioraco, San Severino, Treia and Osimo ...

                                               

Lake Polyfytos Bridge

The Lake Polyphytos Bridge Neraida or the Servia / Neraida High Bridge is one of the longest bridges in Greece, with a length of 1.372 m. Construction began in 1972 along with the artificial lake and was completed in 1975. Designed by Riccardo Mo ...

                                               

Ponte Cavour

Ponte Cavour is a bridge in Rome, linking piazza del Porto di Ripetta to lungotevere dei Mellini, in the Campo Marzio and Prati rioni. It also links the area around Piazza Cavour to the area around the Ara Pacis in the Campus Martius. Around 110 ...

                                               

Ponte della Maddalena, Naples

The Ponte della Maddalena was a bridge on the south east of Naples, Italy, spanning over what was once the River Sebeto, and now reflected by the path of the Via Marinella. For centuries it was one of the entry points into Naples from the South, ...

                                               

Ponte Principe Amedeo Savoia Aosta

Ponte Principe Amedeo Savoia Aosta, also known as Ponte Principe or Ponte PASA after its acronym, is a bridge that links Lungotevere dei Sangallo to Piazza Della Rovere in Rome, in the Rioni Ponte, Trastevere and Borgo.

                                               

Ponte Regina Margherita

Ponte Regina Margherita, also known as Ponte Margherita, is a bridge linking Piazza della Libertà to Lungotevere Arnaldo da Brescia, in the rioni Campo Marzio and Prati in Rome, Italy.

                                               

Pons Probi

The Pons Probi was a bridge over the River Tiber in Ancient Rome, just south of Porta Trigemina. The Pons Probi connected the Aventine Hill to the Trastevere. The Roman bridge was probably built during the reign of the Emperor Probus 276–282 AD. ...

                                               

Puente de San Martin (Toledo)

The Puente de San Martin is a medieval bridge across the river Tagus in Toledo, Spain. The Puente de San Martin features five arches, with the largest in the middle having a span of 40 metres. Only very few bridges in the world had reached that m ...

                                               

Puente Nuevo

The Puente Nuevo is the newest and largest of three bridges that span the 120-metre-deep chasm that carries the Guadalevin River and divides the city of Ronda, in southern Spain. The architect was Jose Martin de Aldehuela, who died in Malaga in 1 ...

                                               

Queen Juliana Bridge

Koningin Julianabrug is a four lane road bridge across St. Anna Bay in Willemstad, the capital of Caribbean island country Curaçao, which is part of The Kingdom of The Netherlands. The bridge is named after Juliana of the Netherlands. While under ...

                                               

Ponte di Quintodecimo

The Ponte di Quintodecimo is a Roman stone bridge over the river Tronto next to the village of Quintodecimo, Marche, central Italy. The bridge consists of a main arch spanning the river and 2 smaller arches connecting the road to the bridge. The ...

                                               

Railway viaduct in Gorzow Wielkopolski

The Railway viaduct in Gorzow Wielkopolski is a historic viaduct carrying the railway line No. 203 Kostrzyn - Tczew over the Warta river in Gorzow Wielkopolski in western Poland, in Lubusz Voivodeship. This viaduct is the longest monument of tech ...

                                               

Red Bridge (Saint Petersburg)

The Red Bridge, is a single-span bridge across the Moika River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bridge is a part of Gorokhovaya Street. The length of the bridge is 42 m; the width is 16.8 m. The first cast iron bridge on the site was designed and ...

                                               

Rice Bridge

The Rice Bridge is the present city-centre bridge in Waterford, Ireland on the north side of the city. It was constructed in stages between 1982 and 1986, with an official opening of the first two lanes in 1984. It is named after Edmund Ignatius ...

                                               

Riga Bridge (Velikaya River)

The Riga Bridge is a railway bridge that crosses the Velikaya River at Pskov, Russia. It forms part of the branch line from Valga to Tartu of Pskov-Riga Railway The bridge pillars were built in August 1886, construction of the bridge deck took pl ...

                                               

Road–Railway Bridge, Novi Sad

The Road–Railway Bridge or Bosko Perosevic Bridge was a bridge on the Danube river in Novi Sad, Serbia.

                                               

Roman Bridge (Trier)

The Roman Bridge is an ancient structure in Trier, Germany, over the Moselle. It is the oldest standing bridge in the country. The nine bridge pillars date from the 2nd century AD. The upper part was renewed twice, in the early 12th and in the ea ...

                                               

Roman bridge of Lugo

The Roman bridge of Lugo is a bridge of Roman origin in Lugo, Galicia, that has been reconstructed and repaired several times. The bridge crosses the Minho river.

                                               

Roman bridge of Talamanca de Jarama

The Puente Romano de Talamanca de Jarama is a Roman bridge located in Talamanca de Jarama, in the Community of Madrid, Spain. The bridge is Roman in origin. It was remodelled in medieval times. It no longer crosses the river Jarama, as the river ...

                                               

Roman bridge on Ilidza

The Roman bridge in Ilidza is a bridge located in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was built in the 16th century using actual Roman stones and crosses the Bosna river. The Roman Bridge is located not far from Vrelo Bosne on the Bosna river in ...

                                               

Puente Romano, Merida

The Puente Romano is a Roman bridge over the Guadiana River at Merida, Spain. It is the worlds longest surviving bridge from ancient times, having once featured an estimated overall length of 755 m with 62 spans. Today, there are 60 spans on a le ...

                                               

Sadovnichesky Bridge

Sadovnichesky Bridge is a cоncrete pedestrian arch bridge that spans Vodootvodny Canal in historical Zamoskvorechye district of Moscow, Russia. The bridge connects Balchug island with Zamoskvorechye mainland. It was built in 1963, designed by Nin ...

                                               

Saint Isaacs Bridge

Isaakievsky pontoon bridge was the first bridge across Neva river in St.Petersburg, by then the capital of Russian Empire. It was first constructed in 1727. Starting from 1732 it was rebuilt each summer for a period 184 years. The bridge was name ...

                                               

Pont-Saint-Martin (bridge)

The Pont-Saint-Martin is a Roman segmental arch bridge in the Aosta Valley in Italy dating to the 1st century BC. The span is 31.4 metres 103 ft according to recent research, but frequently stated to be 35.64 m or 36.65 m. Other extant Roman brid ...

                                               

San Jorge Bridge

The San Jorge Bridge, is a bridge located in Alcoy, Valencian Community, Spain, crossing the Serpis River. The style of the bridge is the art deco, is considered to be the most popular image of the city. It is one of the most representative art d ...

                                               

Santa Quiteria Bridge

The Santa Quiteria Bridge is a medieval stone bridge between the towns of Vila-real and Almassora, in the Province of Castellon, Spain, that crosses the Mijares River. It is part of the ancient Royal Road near the Ermita de Santa Quiteria, in Alm ...

                                               

Saratov Bridge

Saratov Bridge, crossing the Volga River in Saratov, Russia was the longest bridge in the Soviet Union upon its inauguration in 1965. Its length is 2.803.7 meters. It connects Saratov on the right bank of the Volga, with the city of Engels on the ...