15 Tallest Bridges In The World: Don’t Look Down

Bridges at these heights are a feat of engineering. Here’s a list of the tallest bridges in the world based on their height from the ground or water that they span, to the tip of their towers. You might not want to look down when your crossing one of these babies.

1. Millau Viaduct – France – tallest point 803 ft.

Millau Viaduct
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2. Siduhe River Bridge – China – 1,627 ft

Sidu River
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3. Hegigio Gorge Pipline Bridge (Cable Suspension) – Papua New Guinea – 1,289 ft

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4. Royal Gorge Bridge – The United States – 955 ft

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5. Beipanjiang River Bridge – China Xingbeizhen – 1,200 ft

Beipanjiang River Bridge
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6. Sidi M’Cid Bridge – Algeria Constantine – 574 ft.

Sidi M'Cid
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7. M2 Motorway – Pakistan – 250 ft.

M2 motorway
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8. Tieluoping Bridge – China – 686 ft.

Tieluoping Bridge
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9. Piave River Viaduct – Italy – 604 ft.

Piave Bridge
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10. Kocher Viaduct – Germany – 607 ft.

Kocher Viaduct
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11. Gueuroz Bridge – Switzerland – 620 ft.

Gueuroz Bridge
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12. Baluarte Bridge – Mexico – 1,280 ft

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13. Baling River Bridge – China – 1,201 ft

Baling River
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14. Aizhai Bridge – China – 1,102 ft

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15. Xixi Bridge – China – 715 ft

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Would you be able to stand on one of these bridges and look down, without a slight tremble???

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