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Anping Bridge is a Song dynasty stone beam bridge in China's #Fujian province. It is 2,070 metres (1.29 mi) long.The bridge is also known as the Wuli Bridge , literally Five Li Bridge because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or 0.3 miles. It is a nationally protected historic site registered with the State Administration of Cultural Heritage.

China - Anping Bridge is a Song Dynasty stone beam bridge in China's Fujian province. It is metres mi) long. It is also known as the Wuli Bridge (literally Five Li Bridge) because its length is about 5 li, where a li is about 500 meters or miles.

beam bridge, Feiyun River Bridge, Zhejiang Province

The Beam Bridge

A Beam Bridge is the simplest design for crossing a distance. It consists of a horizontal beam supported at each end by piers. The weight of the beam pushes straight down on the piers. The farther apart its piers, the weaker the beam becomes.

Aizhai Beam Bridge - HighestBridges.com

Aizhai Beam Bridge - HighestBridges.com

The Lego Bridge in Wuppertal, Germany is actually a concrete beam bridge repainted in 2011 in the style of Lego bricks by graffiti and street artist Martin Heuwold. (Wikimedia/Morty)

World's Weirdest and Most Amazing Bridges (PHOTOS

Most Lengthy Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

Most Lengthy Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel

Zhuchanghe Bridge, Guizhou, China- is a 224 metre high concrete beam bridge in Pan County, Liupanshui, Guizhou, China. As of 2012, it is among the thirty highest bridges in the world. The bridge is located on G60 Shanghai–Kunming Expressway and crosses the valley of the Zhuchanghe River a small tributary of the Beipan River.

Zhuchanghe Bridge, Guizhou, China- is a 224 metre high concrete beam bridge in Pan County, Liupanshui, Guizhou, China. As of 2012, it is among the thirty highest bridges in the world. The bridge is located on G60 Shanghai–Kunming Expressway and crosses the valley of the Zhuchanghe River a small tributary of the Beipan River.

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The Lego Bridge in Wuppertal, Germany is actually a concrete beam bridge repainted in 2011 in the style of Lego bricks by graffiti and street artist Martin Heuwold. (Wikimedia/Atamari)

World's Weirdest and Most Amazing Bridges (PHOTOS

The Lego Bridge in Wuppertal, Germany is actually a concrete beam bridge repainted in 2011 in the style of Lego bricks by graffiti and street artist Martin Heuwold.

Liuguanghe Bridge is a 305[1] metre high beam bridge at Liu Guangzhen, Guizhou, China. It held the record for world's highest bridge between 2001 and 2003, surpassing the 72-year old 291 m (955 ft) high Royal Gorge Bridge, until the opening of the 366 m (1,201 ft) Beipanjiang River 2003 Bridge.

Liuguanghe Bridge is a 305[1] metre high beam bridge at Liu Guangzhen, Guizhou, China. It held the record for world's highest bridge between 2001 and 2003, surpassing the 72-year old 291 m (955 ft) high Royal Gorge Bridge, until the opening of the 366 m (1,201 ft) Beipanjiang River 2003 Bridge.

Liuguanghe-bridge

Liuguanghe Bridge, Guizhou, China - The world's highest from 2001 - 2003