Bridge of Alamillo.

Index

Banpo Bridge.
Bridge of Don Luis.
Khaju bridge.
Tower bridge.
Bridge of Oresundo.
Bridge of th...
Bridge of Alamillo
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Total length: 250 m

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Opened: 1992

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Location: Sevilla

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Water body: Guadalquivir

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Archi...
Banpo Bridge

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It is the world's longest bridge fountain sets a Guinness world
recor.

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Water check: 190 tons of water...
Bridge of Don Luis
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Opened: 1886
Start of construction:
1880

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Total length: 385 m

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Light larger 172 m

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Locat...
Khaju bridge.
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Location: Isfahan

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Construction: Arch Bridge (stone)

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Total lenght: 128.7 meters

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Construction: ...
Tower Bridge
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Start of construction: April 22, 1886

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Opened: June 30, 1894

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Height: 65 m

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Address: TowerBridge ...
Bridge of Oresundo
Total lenght: 7845 meters

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Light larger: 490 meters.
Space below 57 meters.
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Width: 24...
Bridges of the chains.
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Total longuitud: 375 meters
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Longest span: 202 meters
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Opened: 1845

Location: Budapes...
Bridge of Millau
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Construcctions started: October 10, 2001
Total legth: 2460 metros
Longest: 342m
Location: France
Bridge of Sant Angelo
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Opened: 136 AD.

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Location: Rome.

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Address: Ponte Sant Angelo, 00186 Rome
Italy.

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Bridge ...
Lupe bridge
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Locale: Shangai, People's Republic of
China.

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Desing: Through arch.

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Material: Steel.

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Total legth...
By: Javier Guijarro and Juan Jesús Leiva
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  1. 1. Bridge of Alamillo. Index Banpo Bridge. Bridge of Don Luis. Khaju bridge. Tower bridge. Bridge of Oresundo. Bridge of the chains. Bridge of Millau. Bridge of Sant Angelo. Lupe bridge.
  2. 2. Bridge of Alamillo  Total length: 250 m  Opened: 1992  Location: Sevilla  Water body: Guadalquivir   Architect: Santiago Calatrava Bridge Type: Suspension bridge, pylon cablestayed bridge counterweight
  3. 3. Banpo Bridge  It is the world's longest bridge fountain sets a Guinness world recor.  Water check: 190 tons of water per minute.  Total lenght: 1495 meters  End of construction: 1982  It has 38 water pumps and 380 nozzles on either side.
  4. 4. Bridge of Don Luis   Opened: 1886 Start of construction: 1880  Total length: 385 m  Light larger 172 m  Location: Porto  Address: Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
  5. 5. Khaju bridge.  Location: Isfahan  Construction: Arch Bridge (stone)  Total lenght: 128.7 meters  Construction: 1650  Fixed: 1873  Number of sections: 23  Overall width: 14 meters
  6. 6. Tower Bridge  Start of construction: April 22, 1886  Opened: June 30, 1894  Height: 65 m  Address: TowerBridge Rd, London SE1 2UP, United Kingdom  Location: Southwark, Tower Hamlets  Bridge Type: Bascule Bridge, Suspension Bridge
  7. 7. Bridge of Oresundo Total lenght: 7845 meters    Light larger: 490 meters. Space below 57 meters.    Width: 24 meters. Address: Sweden. Location: Copenhagen, Malmö. (Denmark)
  8. 8. Bridges of the chains.  Total longuitud: 375 meters   Longest span: 202 meters   Opened: 1845 Location: Budapest Hours: Tuesday hours 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.  Address: Budapest, Hungary
  9. 9. Bridge of Millau     Construcctions started: October 10, 2001 Total legth: 2460 metros Longest: 342m Location: France
  10. 10. Bridge of Sant Angelo  Opened: 136 AD.  Location: Rome.  Address: Ponte Sant Angelo, 00186 Rome Italy.  Bridge type: Arch bridge.  Body of water: Tiber.
  11. 11. Lupe bridge  Locale: Shangai, People's Republic of China.  Desing: Through arch.  Material: Steel.  Total legth: 3900 m  Width: 28, 7 m.  Height: 100 m.  Longest: 550 m.
  12. 12. By: Javier Guijarro and Juan Jesús Leiva
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