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World's First Submerged Floating Bridge Allows for Travel Beneath Norwegian Fjords

En primer puente flotante sumergido del mundo permite el viaje Debajo fiordos noruegos - Mi Modern Met

Tabiat Bridge is the biggest pedestrian overpass built in Iran. The 270 meter bridge connects two public parks Taleghani park and Abo-atash park by spanning over Shahid Modarres, one of the main highways in northern Tehran.[1] The word Tabiat means Nature in Persian language.

The Puente de la Mujer, designed by Santiago Calatrava, is a footbridge in the Puerto Madero district of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Agora and El Puente de l'Assut de l'Or Bridge, Valencia, Spain

People walk on an ancient floating bridge across the Gongjiang River in Ganzhou, East China's Jiangxi Province, April 1, 2013. The wooden bridge, running 400 meters, is supported by some 100 floating boats anchored in a row. The bridge could date back to the time between 1163 and 1173 during the Song Dynasty, and has become a scene spot of the city. (Xinhua)