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Morell Bridge

The Morell Bridge is a bridge over the Yarra River in South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia. It was built in 1899 by John Monash and J. T. N. Anderson. It was the first bridge in Victoria to be built using reinforced concrete. It has decorations on t ...

West Gate Bridge

The Westgate Bridge crosses the Yarra River, near Melbourne, Victoria. It is the third longest bridge in Australia. The bridges length, including the approaches is 2.582.6 m. Work began on the bridge on 22 April 1968, and the bridge was opened on ...

Confederation Bridge

The Confederation Bridge is a 2-lane bridge in Canada that connects the provinces of New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. It is part of the Trans Canada Highway and is 12.9 kilometers long.

Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing

The Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing is the second bridge that crosses over the Burrard Inlet. It goes from Vancouver to north shore of Burrard Inlet. It began construction in 1957. On June 17, 1958, when one of the cranes was stretch ...

Pattullo Bridge

The Pattullo Bridge is the through arch bridge that crosses over the Fraser River. It goes from New Westminster to north bank of the river to the city of Surrey. The bridge was opened in 1937. On January 18, 2009, there was a fire that started on ...

Thousand Islands Bridge

The Thousand Islands Bridge is an international bridge that goes over the Saint Lawrence River. It connects the north part of New York in the United States with south east part of Ontario in Canada. It was made in 1937. Builders added parts in 19 ...

Ryōgoku Bridge

Ryōgoku Bridge connected Musashi Province and Shimōsa Province in Edo period Japan. The bridge crossed the Sumida River in the area of modern Tokyo.

Sanjō Ōhashi Bridge

Sanjō Ōhashi Bridge is in Kyoto. The bridge connects two sides of the Kamo River in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan. The bridge is part of Sanjō-dōri.

Albert Bridge, London

Albert Bridge was designed and built in 1873 as a cable-stayed bridge, it proved to be structurally unsound. Between 1884 and 1887 Sir Joseph Bazalgette added some elements of a suspension bridge. More work was done in 1973. As a result, the brid ...

Grosvenor Bridge

Grosvenor Bridge, also called Victoria Railway Bridge, is a railway bridge over the River Thames in London, between Vauxhall Bridge and Chelsea Bridge. It is made up of two bridges that were both built in the mid-19th century. The eastern side wa ...

Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges

Hungerford Bridge, often called Charing Cross Bridge, is a railway bridge. It crosses the River Thames in London from Charing Cross station across to the south, near Waterloo station. The bridge lies between Waterloo Bridge and Westminster Bridge ...

London Bridge

London Bridge is a bridge over the River Thames. It is in central London, and connects the City of London with Southwark. It is between Cannon Street Railway Bridge and Tower Bridge. On the south side of the bridge are Southwark Cathedral and Lon ...

Menai Suspension Bridge

The Menai Suspension Bridge is a suspension bridge in Wales. It runs from the island of Anglesey to Holyhead. It was designed by Thomas Telford. They started building it in 1819 and it was finished in 1826.

Tay Bridge

The Tay Bridge is a railway bridge about two and a quarter miles long that spans the Firth of Tay in Scotland, between the city of Dundee and Wormit, Fife. As with the Forth Rail Bridge, the Tay Bridge has been called the Tay Rail Bridge since th ...

Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is in London: it crosses the River Thames near the Tower of London. It is a drawbridge, which allows ships through the bridge deck when the deck is raised in the centre at an angle. The north side of the bridge is Tower Hill, and the ...

Vauxhall Bridge

Vauxhall Bridge is a steel and granite bridge in central London. It crosses the River Thames in a north-west south-east direction between Vauxhall on the south bank and Westminster on the north bank.

Windsor Railway Bridge

Windsor Railway Bridge is a wrought iron tied arch bridge in Windsor, Berkshire. It was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, and carried Brunels Great Western Railway branch line from Slough to Windsor. It crosses the River Thames between Romney ...

Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge

The Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over the Cooper River in South Carolina, United States, connecting downtown Charleston to Mount Pleasant. The bridge is named after former U.S. representative Arthur Ravenel Jr. The eight lan ...

Chesapeake Bay Bridge

The Chesapeake Bay Bridge is a bridge that crosses Chesapeake Bay, on the eastern coast of the United States. The bridge is 4.3 miles long. It serves as a connecting route between the eastern and western shores of Maryland. The bridge was named a ...

Ellsworth Street Bridge

The Ellsworth Street Bridge is a highway bridge that crosses the Willamette River in Albany, Oregon, United States. Built in 1925, the two-lane structure carries U.S. Route 20 eastbound traffic, with the adjacent Lyon Street Bridge carrying westb ...

Greene County Viaduct

The Greene County Viaduct is a 0.5 miles long train bridge in Greene County, Indiana,US. It is about 21.75 miles from Bloomington between Solsberry and Tulip. It is officially known as Bridge X75-6 and also known as the Richland Creek Viaduct and ...

Mackinac Bridge

The Mackinac Bridge is a 5-mile-long bridge that carries a four-lane interstate highway, Interstate 75. It was built by the U.S. state of Michigan and connects that states Upper Peninsula and Lower Peninsula together. The Mackinac Bridge passes o ...

Old Alton Bridge

Old Alton Bridge is a historic iron through-truss bridge connecting the Texas cities of Denton and Copper Canyon. It was built in 1884. It originally carried horses and later automobiles over Hickory Creek at a location that once was a popular fo ...

Casa Rosada

The Casa Rosada is the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina located in Buenos Aires. Casa Rosada is Spanish for "Pink House". The mansion is known officially as Casa de Gobierno, "House of Government" or "Government House". ...

Stadium Juan Carmelo Zerillo

Estadio Juan Carmelo Zerillo is a multi-use stadium in La Plata, Argentina. It was used mostly for the football matches of Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata until closed by government orders before the beginning of the 2006 Clausura tournament. ...

Zwentendorf power plant

The Zwentendorf power plant is a nuclear power plant in Zwentendorf an der Donau in Austria. It has never been used. This is because the people of Austria voted against using it in 1978. Today, the plant is used to get replacement parts to other ...

Bahrain International Circuit

The Bahrain International Circuit is a motorsport track opened in 2004 and used for auto racing. The main race is the Bahrain Grand Prix. The 2004 Grand Prix was the first held in the Middle East. In 2006, Australian V8 Supercar started racing at ...

Shere Bangla National Stadium

Sher-e-Bangla Cricket Stadium or Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium in Bangladesh. Some times it is called Mirpur Stadium. It is situated in Mirpur of Dhaka. It can hold 26.000 people at a time. It was built in 2006. It w ...

King Baudouin Stadium

In 1995, the stadium was rebuilt at the cost of BEF 1.500 million around €37 / $50 million in 1995, and was renamed King Baudouin Stadium, after the former Belgian monarch. It was re-opened on 23 August 1995 as the home of the Belgium national fo ...

Central City Shopping Centre

Central City Shopping Centre is a Shopping mall and office tower in the Whalley neighborhood of Surrey, British Columbia. It is the second largest mall in Surrey, behind Guildford Town Centre. It is home to the Simon Fraser University - Surrey Ca ...

Parliament Hill

Parliament Hill refers to a set of buildings in Ottawa, Ontario, the capital of Canada, where the Government of Canada meets and Members of Parliament make laws. It is called Parliament Hill because it is on a hill above the Ottawa River. There a ...

Agustin Ross Cultural Centre

Casino Agustin Ross Edwards, now Agustin Ross Cultural Centre, is a historic casino building. It is in Agustin Ross Avenue, in front of Ross Park, in Pichilemu, Chile. The building was built in the late 1800s. In 1906 the first Chilean casino was ...

Agustin Ross Park

Agustin Ross Park is a park in Agustin Ross Avenue, in front of the old Ross Casino, in Pichilemu. It is a National Monument of Chile. The original park boasts 100-year-old native Chilean palms Phoenix canariensis and many green spaces, and its r ...

Casa Colorada

Casa Colorada is raised with ashlar stone, his roof was mounted on beech beams, and the mezzanine on canelo wood. Timber framing is made of native bamboo. The constructor was Joseph de la Vega in 1769. This building served as home of Mateo de Tor ...

Canton Tower

The Canton Tower, or Guangzhou Tower, officially the Guangzhou TV Astronomical and Sightseeing Tower, is a 595.7-meter -tall multi-purpose observation tower in the Haizhu District of Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. The tower was finished in 2009 and ...

Grand Lisboa

Grand Lisboa is a 47-floor, 261-metre-tall hotel in Se, Macau, China. It is owned by Sociedade de Turismo e Diversões de Macau and designed by Hong Kong architects Dennis Lau and Ng Chun Man. Its casino and restaurants were opened on February 11, ...

Nanjing City Wall

The Nanjing City Wall is the city wall of Nanjing, China. Most of it was made during the early Ming Dynasty, when Nanjing was the capital of China. The city wall has a Jingshiying Tianfu four city wall pattern. It consists of four walls: namely, ...

Nanjing Temple of Confucius

The Nanjing Temple of Confucius is a temple honoring Confucius in Nanjing, China. It is located on the north bank of the Qinhuai River in Qinhuai District. It is also the largest traditional ancient market in China. People fixed most of the old b ...

Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge

The Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge is a 4-lane steel bridge in Nanjing that crosses the Yangtze River. It has two levels. The top level is a road for cars, buses, and trucks. There is also a sidewalk for people on foot. That part is 4588 meters or ...

Porcelain Tower

The Porcelain Tower was a giant porcelain-covered pagoda in Nanjing, China. It was destroyed, but a copy has been built beside the Qinhuai River. The first tower was planned by the Yongle Emperor of the Ming family of rulers in the early 1400s. I ...

Three Gorges Dam

The Three Gorges Dam is a dam in the Three Gorges region on the Yangtze River in Sandouping, in the country of China. Being one of the largest dams in the world, it also generates the biggest amount of hydroelectric power, pushing the massive Ita ...

Cathedral of the Holy Spirit (Czech Republic)

The Cathedral of St. Ducha is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic. It was built in 1307. It was built by order of Eliska Rejcka because the church of St. Klement was too small. The church was burned and rebuilt several ti ...

Charles Bridge

Charles Bridge is the oldest stone bridge in Europe. It had been constructed from 1357 to 1400. Until 1841, this was the only bridge to connect old street of Prague. It also played an very important role as the trade route between East and West z ...

Aarhus City Hall

Aarhus City Hall is the city hall for Aarhus, Denmark. Aarhus City Hall was opened on 2 June 1941. The buildings architects were Arne Jacobsen and Erik Moller. In 1937, meeting was held to build the city hall. Aarhus City Hall has unique architec ...

Freetown Christiania

Freetown Christiania, commonly just called Christiania, is a Danish special community. The village is partially self-governing with 850 inhabitants, and has an area of 85 acres near the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. The Freetown has often been ...

Aswan Low Dam

The Aswan Low Dam or Old Aswan Dam is a dam across the Nile River in Aswan, Egypt. It is built of masonry and held in place just by gravity. It was the first dam across the Nile, and was built by the British between 1899 and 1902. When it was don ...

Jabal al-Zeit wind farm

The wind farm of Jabal Al-Zait is a power plant which produces electricity by wind energy. The wind farm is located in Jabal al-Zeit after Ras Gharib in the Red Sea Governorate. The plant area is 100 square kilometres, with 300 wind turbines. The ...

Zafarana wind farm

Zaafarana wind farm is a wind power plant located in Ras Gharib, which belongs to the Red Sea Governorate. It is one of the first farms to be established to produce wind energy in Egypt, with an area of ​​120 square kilometres, and produces a thi ...

Chateau de Meudon

The Chateau de Meudon was a former royal residence in France. It is most commonly associated with the Grand Dauphin the only son of Louis XIV who made it his personal residence. However, on the death of the Dauphin the property reverted to the cr ...

Cluny Abbey

Cluney Abbey is a Benedictine abbey in Cluny. It was built in Romanesque style and its three churches date rom the 10th to the 12th century. It was founded by William I of Aquitaine in the year 910. Soon the place was noted because it followed th ...

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