Top 20 Incredible Bridges You Have To See To Believe

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  • Bridges are an important innovation in infrastructure and architecture, allowing us to traverse areas in relative safety. Here are 20 of the most incredible and amazing bridges you'll ever see! Subscribe for more! ► ◄ Stay updated ► ◄ For copyright queries or general inquiries please get in touch: Be Amazed at these incredible bridges! Banpo Bridge, Korea - Banpodaegyo Bridge is most famous for the Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain which runs along 570 metres of its length on both sides. Devil’s bridge, Germany - Known as Rakotzbrücke, this stunning stone bridge was commissioned by a knight in 1860. Moses Bridge - The West Brabant Line is dotted with 17th century forts and many were surrounded by moats which were deep enough to protect from marauders but too shallow for boat travel. Rolling Bridge, England - At Paddington Basin in London, this 12 metre bridge connects low-lying paths without encumbering river access to the surrounding buildings and offices. Designed by the prolific Thomas Heatherwick, this bridge unfurls via the use of concealed hydraulic pumps. Slauerhoffbrug, Netherlands - Another rather extraordinary example of a moving bridge, this bridge in the Netherlands nicknamed by some as the ‘terminator bridge’ or ‘flying drawbridge’ actually retracts a whole section of road in order to let river traffic through. It does this as many as 10 times a day. The Millau Viaduct, France - This amazing bridge is widely considered to be one of the world’s finest and it was the world’s tallest bridge with a high point of almost 350 metres above the ground until China’s Duge bridge seized that accolade in 2016. Ponte Vecchio, Italy - This gorgeous historical bridge in Florence is noteworthy because of the shops built into its stoney construction. This bridge actually first appears in a document dated to 996. Akashi-Kaikyo, Japan - This extremely beautiful bridge situated near Kobe, Japan, is the world’s longest suspension bridge with a total length of 3,911 metres. Golden Gate Bridge, USA - The Golden Gate Bridge is an internationally recognized symbol of the USA and is one of the country’s most important architectural works. Multnomah falls bridge - You only have to glance at this bridge to see that it’s a bit special. Duge BridgeChina - In this modern era of bridge building, huge and mightily tall bridges are possible to build with what seem like next-to-no supports. Siberian Bridge, Russia - Trift Suspension Bridge, Switzerland - Overlooking spectacular views of the Swiss Alps is this pedestrian-only suspension bridge. Living root bridges, India - Cherrapunji in Northeastern India is one of the wettest places on Earth and hosts an extraordinary tree named the Ficus elastica. Magdeburg Water Bridge, Germany - Jiangzhou Immortal Bridge, China - Natural arches are the bridges of nature and some of these awesome rock formations have existed for several millennia. LEGO Bridge, Germany - This quirky bridge is fortunately not created from actual giant plastic lego bricks but is instead a concrete bridge painted by street artist Martin Heuwold.
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  • jaknap1
    jaknap1 1 saat önce

    The clickbait picture is FAKE! Shame on you.

  • Jay Trock
    Jay Trock 5 saat önce

    Millau Viaduct cost 394,000,000 Euros. LOL 400,000 wouldn't even cover the architect's salary.

  • Crazy Dan
    Crazy Dan 14 saat önce

    BE Amazed - At how much BS you can cram into 1 click bate video.. Dude a simple google search and your golden!

  • Gerrit van Alles
    Gerrit van Alles 2 gün önce

    Misleidende tekst.

  • Mountaineer3615
    Mountaineer3615 3 gün önce

    No love for the Mackinac Bridge?

  • Dioris Rodriguez
    Dioris Rodriguez 3 gün önce

    2:04 Tower bridge built in the late 1900’s Lmao , I could’ve been in the inaugural ceremony..I’m sure Elton John performed live! 🤣🤣😂😂

  • alaskanasassin1
    alaskanasassin1 3 gün önce

    What about the new River gorge bridge

  • Chris McMahon
    Chris McMahon 4 gün önce

    Thaymes River? €400,000 to build Millau Viaduct? Tower Bridge built in what, 1996?

  • G.P.M. 210
    G.P.M. 210 4 gün önce

    Those tree root bridges are pretty sweet!

  • BryDuhBikeGuy
    BryDuhBikeGuy 4 gün önce

    Love the scene of the kids on the Glass Bridge.One trying to get the other to let go of the side..LoL..That would be me holding to the wall...

  • Shaun Wilson
    Shaun Wilson 4 gün önce

    One small edit - Moses didn't part the Red Sea, God did that...

  • zach winfield
    zach winfield 5 gün önce

    No.1 shouldn't even be on this list, the local humpback is more interesting than that...

  • *мαяιlуи *
    *мαяιlуи * 5 gün önce

    There’s no WAY that bridge cost 400,000 euros!! It’s gotta be 400 MILLION, and also Moses did NOT part a river, he parted the red SEA!! Please get your facts together before you do these compilation clips ( oh, and it’s pronounced The Temz, not Tamez!!)!!

  • Tee See
    Tee See 5 gün önce

    Factually, this has faults.

  • Praful chaudhary
    Praful chaudhary 6 gün önce

    Your Research and narration is extremely poor and had left many bridges like jhanjharpur bridge in India and so on go and check this out first.

  • Kiyoshi
    Kiyoshi 6 gün önce

    great cHINA.

  • Grant Montoya
    Grant Montoya 6 gün önce

    Moses parted the Red Sea, not the Nile River.

  • hbarudi
    hbarudi 6 gün önce

    The amazing bridge I would like to see isn't built yet. It is a bridge to connect Alaska and Russia to allow easier travel between hemispheres by land. There is an unconfirmed claim that the Russian government led by Vladimir Putin is willing to pay $65billion toward the project.

  • Artur Duchene
    Artur Duchene 6 gün önce

    The correct pronunciation of Millau is mee-yo, not mihl-ow.

  • Farrdawg Joker
    Farrdawg Joker 6 gün önce

    Where is the thumbnail pic? It sure as hell isn't in this video!

  • Vera Kofyan
    Vera Kofyan 6 gün önce

    Ah, I'm sorry, the Moses bridge is called after "Moses splitting the NILE RIVER"???
    Oh, dear...
    I truly am amazed at the sheer number of mistakes and inaccuracies one managed to accumulate together in a single video.
    The bridges are interesting, but people, why don't you do your homework seriously?

  • Joel Thompson
    Joel Thompson 1 hafta önce

    The living roots bridge trumps them all! That's amazing! And self-repairing...

  • neil huitson
    neil huitson 1 hafta önce

    What about the Humber bridge??

  • David Robinson
    David Robinson 1 hafta önce

    It is hard to trust you on the stuff I don’t know, when so much of what you say I do know is inaccurate.

  • Fayaz Roghani
    Fayaz Roghani 1 hafta önce

    Dear Admin. The bridge you mentioned above number 5. He is located in Gilgit Baltan, Pakistan. Mr. Admin has worked hard to you. Just mentioned the bridge. And Pakistan's name did not take you away🇵🇰🇵🇰
    Long live PAKISTAN

  • Rog Cam
    Rog Cam 1 hafta önce

    most amazing bridge i know is the San Pedro, Laguna bridge here in the Philippines it's a 2 lane bridge, now being widened into a 4 lane bridge for vehicles to meet the standard 4 lane service road, so that cars won''t have to struggle and merge from a 4 lane into a 2 lane (1 lane south-bound, 1 lane north-bound)... the most amazing part is , it's been 3 YEARS since the contruction started, AND it's NOT YET DONE. the metal bars for the concrete has rusted. AMAZING isn't it??? how they waste the money of the poor local citizens.

  • Aaron O'Dell
    Aaron O'Dell 1 hafta önce

    Since you like China better than any other country...... you ought to move and change your citizenship. The USA builds better than any country in the world.

  • Crypto Dreams
    Crypto Dreams 1 hafta önce

    400 thousand Euros? or 400 million Euros? for the french bridge?

  • Dan Worthington
    Dan Worthington 1 hafta önce

    Zohar about the mackinaw bridge connecting upper and lower Michigan. I think it is 12 miles long.

  • A Public Forum for Discussion

    This video is a bunch of bullshit

    DR. PHIL GOOD 1 hafta önce

    @2:06 are you sure this bridge was built in the late 19 hundreds 'like 1970-1999'?

  • qweryuiasdf
    qweryuiasdf 1 hafta önce

    4:50 400k euros?? No fucking way.

  • Keith Perron
    Keith Perron 1 hafta önce

    Pleas learn how to pronounce names? The way your saying them is awful.

  • Keith Perron
    Keith Perron 1 hafta önce

    And what is the name of the river in London????

  • Spot On
    Spot On 1 hafta önce

    admin, you didn't mention the fifth bridge in which country it is located, it is in the northern part of Pakistan, giving information to the world you shouldn't show your prejudice.

  • Jimmie Knipe
    Jimmie Knipe 1 hafta önce

    4:56 more like 400 million haha not 400k

  • Uche Ojo
    Uche Ojo 1 hafta önce

    I was on the kakum bridge

  • Tebogo Norman Sekgobela
    Tebogo Norman Sekgobela 1 hafta önce

    I am disappointed you left Nelson Mandela bridge Johannesburg, South Africa..

  • Ken Christensen
    Ken Christensen 1 hafta önce

    Although the factual mistakes certainly warranted some constructive criticism and fact corrections, I'm amazed that of the 50-60 or so of comments that I read 80-90% were negative/critical only in nature and only a handful of positive comments. What does this say about us??

    On to my positive comments. As a bridge lover, I could not pick just one, but I think of different categories... Some of the old bridges that are still standing and unique; Devils Bridge, Ponte Vecchio in Italy with not only it's age but its multi floor shops all along each side! I think for stunning architectural beauty and simplicity as well as height and length, the Millau Viaduct in France would get my vote. In the category of truly unique bridges; the Magdeburg Water Bridge in Germany (and yes the real weight it is carrying IS the constant weight of the water and not at all the water crafts crossing it-interesting thought all by itself!), and the Living Root Bridges. Cost: not one dollar! just time and patience. Two commodities in very short supply these days!

  • Lor DalCol
    Lor DalCol 1 hafta önce

    You lied to me