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Top 10 Tallest Bridges In The World

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Jingyue Bridge, China – 265 meters (869 ft) tall: This cable-stayed bridge in Jianli County was opened in 2010 and crosses the Yangtze River.

Yi Sun-sin Bridge, South Korea – 270 meters (890 ft) tall: Except of being the 6th tallest bridge in the world, it’s also the second tallest suspension bridge.

Jiujiang Fuyin Expressway Bridge, China – 244.3 meters (802 ft) tall: A Cable-stayed bridge under construction and should be completed by the end of 2013. 

Russky Bridge, Russia – 320.9 meters (1,053 ft) tall: Located in Vladivostok, the bridge was completed in 2012. It connects the mainland part of the city with Russky Island.

Sutong Bridge, China – 306 metres (1,004 ft) tall: Opened in 2008, this bridge spans the Yangtze River between Nantong and Changshu.

Stonecutters Bridge, Hong Kong – 298 meters (978 ft) tall: A high-level cable-stayed bridge which spans the Rambler Channel in Hong Kong.

Millau Viaduct, France – 343 meters (1,125 ft) tall: Opened in 2004, this 4 lanes bridge is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the valley of the River.

Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge, Japan – 298.3 metres (979 ft) tall: This beautiful suspension bridge was opened in 1998. 

Zhongxian Huyu Expressway Bridge, China – 247.5 metres (812 ft) tall: Completed in 2010, this bridge crosses the Yangtze River in Zhong County.

Great Belt East Bridge, Denmark – 254 meters (833 ft) tall: Opened in 1998, this bridge runs between the Danish islands of Zealand and Funen. 

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