15. Roman bridge – Ourense, Spain
Roman bridge, Ourense (Spain)
Roman bridge is a masterpiece of ancient style of architecture. It was built by ancient Romans in Ourense, Spain. The bridge is made in stone.
14. Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge – Toronto, Canada
Humber Bay Pedestrian Bridge Toronto
The Humber Bay Arch Bridge is also known as the Gateway Bridge. The bridge was completed in the mid-1990s. It is 139 meters (456 ft) in length and has a span of 100 meters (330 ft) over the mouth of the Humber River. It serves the purpose of protecting the environmental integrity of the waterway.
13. Ponte Vecchio – Firenze, Italy
Ponte Vecchio – Firenze
The bridge is a Medieval era bridge over the Arno River, in Florence, Italy. The bridge was first built in Roman times and is an elegant example of Roman style of architecture.
12. The Wind and Rain Bridge – Chengyang, China
The Wind and Rain Bridge of Chengyang China
This unique and beautiful bridge is in Guangxi province of China, built by people from different ethnic groups including Miao, Zhuang, Dong and Yao. The Chengyang Wind and Rain Bridge is also known as Yongji Bridge or Panlong Bridge. It’s built on the Linxi River. The bridge was built in 1916. The bridge is constructed with wood and stones. It is 64.4 meters (73.43 yards) long, 3.4 metes (3.72 yards) wide and 10.6 meters (34.78 feet) high.
11. Sydney Harbour Bridge – Sydney, Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bridge in Sydney, Australia. It carries traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. It was opened in 1932.
10. Khaju Brigde – Isfahan, Iran
Khaju Bridge of Isfahan Iran
Khaju Bridge is an amazing bridge in Isfahan, Iran built by Shah Abbas II around 1650, on the foundations of an older bridge. It connects the Khaju quarter on the north bank with the Zoroastrian quarter across the Zayandeh River. The bridge is made of stone and bricks. It is 7.5 meters wide.
9. Brooklyn Bridge – New York, USA
Brooklyn Bridge of New York USA
The bridge was originally known as the New York and Brooklyn Bridge. Being one of the oldest bridges in United States, it was completed in 1883. It links the New York City boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn by spanning the East River.