Millau Bridge

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Millau Bridge

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(Named Buildings) a road bridge, the highest in the world, crossing the River Tarn in the Massif Central in SW France; designed by Sir Norman Foster and opened in 2004
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2004 - The Millau Viaduct, tallest bridge in the world, opens in southern France.
Bell begins by learning more about the world's tallest bridge, the Millau Viaduct, which rises 343m over the river Tarn in southern France.
The service consists of carrying out a surveillance inspection of the Millau Viaduct, in accordance with the technical instructions in force.
Here France's Millau viaduct at 343 meters tall is the highest.
Several of the world's highest bridges are in China, although the world's tallest bridge - measured in terms of the height of its own structure, rather than the distance to the ground - remains the Millau viaduct in France at 343m tall.
He hasn't totally appreciated the magnificent Millau Viaduct spanning the Tarn River in the distance, a showstopper on the landscape and the world's tallest bridge, designed by English architect Norman Foster and opened in 2004.
com Meze harbour | Hannah and her family river |trekking in the Dourbie River Will, 15, |paragliding above Millau, in southern France The Millau Viaduct |
The studio has established an international reputation with buildings such as the world's largest airport terminal at Beijing, Swiss Re's London Headquarters, Hearst Headquarters in New York, Millau Viaduct in France, the German Parliament in the Reichstag, Berlin, The Great Court at London's British Museum, Headquarters' for HSBC in Hong Kong and London, and Commerzbank Headquarters in Frankfurt.
The Millau Viaduct in southern France deserves a visit.
Do try to take a trip to see the ancient walled town of Carcassonne, Aigues Mortes and the Millau Viaduct.
0 m (1,125 ft) Millau Viaduct superseded it in 2004.
THE MILLAU VIADUCT - FRANCE: The Millau Viaduct in southern France boasts the highest road deck in the world, at 890 feet over the Tarn River.