Here is our list of the 10 longest bridges in the world. This list includes the cable stayed bridges. Some of the cable stayed bridges are much longer than suspension bridges. Keep in mind that this list can and will change as new bridges are built. Each and every one of these long bridges is incredible in their own way. The 10 longest bridges in the world are here.
Welcome to the home of the world’s longest bridges! Longest Bridges was designed to highlight some of the world’s most fascinating structures. On the most basic level, a bridge is a structure that carries a path across an obstacle such as a river. There are so many bridges around the world that it is amazing. But here we will only focus on the long bridges. More specifically, the world’s longest bridges that have something very special about them. Thanks for visiting.
Do you know what the longest bridge in the world is? How about the longest suspension bridge in the world? What about the world’s largest bridge? How long is the Golden Gate Bridge anyway? We hope to answer all of these questions and more throughout this site. Have a look around and enjoy the amazing bridge pictures and videos of these incredible man-made structures.
The Golden Gate Bridge connects the City of San Francisco to the northern peninsula across the ’Golden Gate.’ The Strait of Messina Bridge in Sicily, Italy, is the bridge that has not been built yet. The Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is possibly the country of Japan’s greatest engineering accomplishment.
Humber Bridge took over 100 years from the time it first was discussed to its completion. The Great Belt Bridge is comprised of road suspension and a railway tunnel between Zealand and Sprogo. Jiangyin Bridge in China is about 1385 meters long and soars nearly 90 meters high. Tsing Ma Bridge in Hong Kong has the world’s longest road and rail span.
The Verrazano-Narrows Bridge once held the title of the world’s longest suspension bridge when it was first completed in 1964. The Hoga Kusten Bridge offers beautiful and breath taking views for all tourists. Finally, the Izmit Bay Bridge, located in Turkey, connects Instabul with the Southeastern coast of the Sea of Marmara.