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Rialto Bridge (Italian: Ponte di Rialto) is one of the oldest bridges that spans the Grand Canal of the Italian city of Venice at its shortest part and connecting city districts of San Marco and San Polo. Praised for its ageless looks and incredible tourist appeal, this bridge represents the best of what medieval renaissance Italy has managed to achieve.
Built in the 1933, famous Golden Gate Bridge represents one of the most memorable structures of the modern American history and the iconic companion to the beautiful city of San Francisco. If you always wondered how it was made, here is the perfect place to find out.
During the history, islands were, more often than not, connected to the mainland by the way of boats. As the technology improved it was possible to build bridges to the islands, some over 20 kilometers long. Read more about sea bridges.
Pont du Gard is large, three-tiered, Ancient Roman aqueduct bridge, which continues to stand tall for two millennia, showcasing to the world not only architectural feats of our ancestors but also the entire history of France. Today, this cultural heritage site represents one of the most popular tourist destinations in entire France.