Tallest Bridges in the World
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Chart 1: Tallest Bridges in the World
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Chart 2: Number of tall bridges by region
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  Overview

It is a tremendous engineering feat to build the longest bridges or the tallest bridges. Among the tallest bridges, the Millau Viaduct currently stand the tallest with a structural height of 343 metres. The Millau Viaduct was designed by the English architect Lord Norman Foster and French structual engineer Michel Virlogeux with a design life of 120 years and is considered one of the great engineering achievements of all time.

At second, is the Pingtang bridge of Guizhou, China, standing tall at 332m. The Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge ranks at 3rd with a structural height of 322m. It is also one of the world's widest suspension bridges at 58.4m wide to accomodate both rail and motor vehicles.

   Compare the Millau Viaduct of France with the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge of Turkey


  Top 30 ranks, by structural height in descending order

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The full dataset Tallest Bridges Dataset contains 110 data items and you can smartly rank, query and segment data based on structural type, country and usage type.


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