There are many magnificent bridges around the world that allow us to walk from one destination safely to another. We’ve put together a collection of what we think are some of the most beautiful. They all boast unique style and design with some dating back to centuries ago! Our favorite has to be the animal crossing bridge in the Netherlands!
Infinity Bridge, Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
This bridge opened in 2009 and cost £15 million. It is used by pedestrians and cyclists.
Moon Bridge, Taipei, Taiwan
The high arch in the bridge and its reflection form a circle which symbolizes the moon, hence the name.
Puente Nuevo, Ronda, Spain
This stone bridge took 42 years to build! Fifty workers were killed during its construction.
Dyavolski Most, Ardino, Bulgaria
This bridge was built somewhere between 1515 and 1518. The name means ‘Devil’s Bridge’.
Animal Crossing Bridge, Netherlands
Just like humans, animals also need to be able to safely cross the road. These types of bridges are becoming increasingly common around the world.
Pont de Singe, Tatton Park, England
This bridge was designed by French artist Olivier Grossetête. The name means ‘Monkey Bridge’. It was placed in the parks Japanese Garden and was a feature for people to admire. No one was allowed to use the bridge but theoretically it would have been able to hold a person.
Langkawi Sky Bridge, Malaysia
You have to get up to this bridge by cable car. It hangs around 100 meters above ground and once you’re up there you can admire the amazing views.
Moon Bridge, San Francisco, USA
You can find this bridge in the Japanese Tea Garden, Golden Gate Park. Again, like the earlier Moon Bridge, this one also forms a circular reflection which represents the moon.
Cangas de Onís, Asturias, Spain
This bridge is over the Sella River.
Stari Most, Mostar, Bosnia
This bridge was rebuilt in 2004. The old bridge lasted for 427 years and was destroyed in 1993. It is one of the country’s most recognizable landmarks.
Xiying Rainbow Bridge, Penghu, Taiwan
This bridge is lined with a thin neon which reflects the colors onto the surface of the water.