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Beipanjiang Bridge

Beipanjiang Bridge:

Beipanjiang bridge in China
This is also called as the Beipan Ricer Guanxing Highway Bridge OR Beipanjiang River 2003 Bridge.
This bridge was constructed over the Beipan River in 2003 and was designed by Major Bridge Reconnaissance Design Institute. When the bridge was completed in the year it was the highest (suspension bridge) in the world standing at 366 m and was first to break the 1000 ft (300 m) record threshold after 2001 record of the 902-foot high bridge on the same river.
The same highway has one more suspension span of 1083 ft (330 m).


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