What is a Bridge?
A Bridge is a structure carrying a road, path, railway, etc. across a river, road, or other obstacle.

Human’s till now have built some unbelievable long bridges. Let’s Check out the Top 3 Longest bridges in the World and appreciated the human’s creation.


1. Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge

Length : 164,800 Meter / 540,700 Feet
Build In : 2010
Country : China

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The Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge is the world’s longest bridge. It is 164.8 Km long. It was completed in 2010 and opened in 2011. Employing 10,000 people, construction took four years and cost about $8.5 billion. The Danyang–Kunshan Grand Bridge currently holds the Guinness World Record for the longest bridge in the world in any category as of June 2011.

2. Changhua-Kaohsiung Viaduct

Length : 157,317 Meter / 516,132 Feet
Build In : 2007
Country : Taiwan

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Changhua-Kaohsiung Viaduct is the world’s second longest bridge. The bridge acts as a viaduct for part of the railway line of the Taiwan High Speed Rail network. Over 200 million passengers had been carried over it by December 2012.

3. Tianjin Grand Bridge

Length : 113,700 Meter / 373,300 Feet
Build In : 2010
Country : China

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Tianjin Grand Bridge is a railway viaduct bridge that runs between Langfang and Qingxian, part of the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway. It is one of the longest bridges in the world with a total length of about 113,700 m (373,000 ft), or 113.7 kilometres (70.6 mi).


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4 Out top 5 Longest bridges of the world is in China


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