Incredible Bridge Designs Around the World

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This is a guest post by John Hannen.

You wouldn’t give crossing a bridge a second thought, it’s just something we do to get from one place to another, but it is a unique privilege that we have. High above the water or the ground, a beautiful view of the city sprawling out before you — it’s a pretty underrated experience!

Although your local bridge may not be as impressive, there are some grand designs elsewhere. From a bridge that the Devil himself is said to have helped build, to a bridge that curls up, structure analysis software providers Oasys cast an expert eye on these unique structural successes.

Germany: Rakotzbrücke (Also Known as Devil’s Bridge)

Germany Rakotzbrücke also known as Devil’s Bridge.jpgPhoto: A. Landgraf

The water beneath this bridge mirrors perfectly, creating a mesmerising circle from afar. The bridge is said to have been commissioned by a knight in 1860. But the rocks and stones…

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