The Lupu Bridge is the longest arch bridge in the world with 550-meter-long arch span, out stretching the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia by 32 meters.

The Lupu Bridge [in Shanghai, China] is the longest arch bridge in the world with arch span, out stretching the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia by 32 meters.

The Stone Arch Bridge  Minneapolis Minnesota via flickr by Nattapol. :)

The Stone Arch Bridge Minneapolis Minnesota. maybe a good team photo spot for Championships volleyball

Humber Bay Arch Bridge,Toronto, 1994, Montgomery Sisam Architects & Delcan Corp (bridge engineers)

Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Toronto, Canada by Montgomery Sisam Architects and Delcan Corp bridge engineers

An ancient, mossy bridge is the perfect complement to any rural or river scene. These old and mysterious arched bridges are mankind's way of traversing landscapes that are otherwise decidedly wild.

An ancient, mossy bridge is the perfect complement to any rural or river scene. Old and mysterious arched bridges are mankind's way of traversing landscapes that are otherwise decidedly wild.

Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge in Williamson County, TN, not far from Nashville. It is the first segmentally constructed concrete arch bridge in the United States

Natchez Trace Parkway Bridge in Williamson County, Tennessee, near Nashville. It is the first segmentally constructed concrete arch bridge in the United States.

The Nine Arch Bridge in Sri Lanka.  Wanderlust  Instagram: small.Lena

The Nine Arch Bridge in Sri Lanka. Wanderlust Instagram: small.Lena

'Reflection'  At the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, USA by Nattapol

'Reflection' At the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis, USA by Nattapol - a former railroad bridge, now a pedestrian & bicycle bridge

Devils Bridge, Bulgaria. Just north of the town of Ardino, crossing the river Arda #Bulgaria #DevilsBridge #VisitBulgaria

The Devil’s Bridge, Rhodopi Mountain, Bulgaria

Devil’s Bridge - Ardino, Bulgaria [[MORE]] wasderty: “If you’re wondering why they call it “Devil’s bridge”, tilt your head to the right and look at the bridge and its reflection.

The second highest railway arch bridge ever built in the United States, the Vance Creek arch bridge soars 347 feet above a thick forest valley in Washington State’s Olympic peninsula. Originally constructed in 1929 by the Simpson Logging Company, the bridge was eventually abandoned and has neither tracks nor a roadway on top of it. Located several miles north on the same rail line and still in use as a road bridge since 1950 is the High Steel bridge over the South Fork of the Skokomis

The Vance Creek Bridge, Shelton, Washington, United States second highest railway arch bridge in the US. Built for a logging railroad, now abandoned.

The Lennox Bridge is a stone arch bridge designed by David Lennox situated in Blaxland, New South Wales, Australia. It is a single arch of 6 metres (20 ft) span and 9 metres (30 ft) above water level, with a road width of 9 metres (30 ft).Lennox Bridge, opened in 1833, is the oldest surviving stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland.

The Lennox Bridge is a stone arch bridge designed by David Lennox situated in Blaxland, New South Wales, Australia. It is a single arch of 6 metres (20 ft) span and 9 metres (30 ft) above water level, with a road width of 9 metres (30 ft).Lennox Bridge, opened in 1833, is the oldest surviving stone arch bridge on the Australian mainland.

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