These beautiful bridges from around the world do more than get you from one place to the next. They showcase the engineering and artisitic style of human development throughout history. Visit these bridges and enjoy the unique style and the work that went into making them so iconic.
A medieval stone arch bridge constructed in the 14th century by King Charles IV.
Photo by R Boed
This beautiful covered bridge was built in 1912 to cross the Linxi River.
Photo by Rutger van der Maar
Golden Gate Bridge
This iconic "golden" bridge opened in 1937 to connect San Francisco with Marin County.
John Frost Bridge
Part of Operation Market Garden, British forces captured and defended the bridge in the Battle of Arnhem.
Photo by Engyles
This footbridge crossing the river Reuss is the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe.
Photo by swissbert
Old North Bridge
Visit the location where the first shots were fired starting the American Revolution in 1775.
Learn about the surprise attack to take the bridge and prevent German amour from reinforcing troops during the D-Day attack.
Photo by Etienne Baudon
Once the only bridge over the Arno River, the bridge has become a lively spot for visitors to explore.
Photo by Darold Massaro
120-meter tall bridge connecting the city of Ronda
Photo by F Delventhal
The oldest bridge spanning the Grand Canal, shops were added in the 15th century to pay for its maintenance.
Photo by gnuckx
Bosnia and Herzegovina
When this bridge was completed in 1566, it was the widest man-made arch in the world.
Photo by Dennis Jarvis
Sydney Harbour Bridge
View from a distance or climb this iconic bridge for beautiful views of the city.
Photo by Wyncliffe
A beautiful, iconic suspension bridge spanning across the River Thames.
Photo by phil_foto