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… talking of Danish bridges on notes, that the Øresund Bridge beats the Great Belt Bridge’s by just over a kilometre? That is the case if the criteria are an uninterrupted bridge without islands or tunnels. The eastern part of the Great Belt Bridge, between Zealand and Sprogø is 6,790 meters long and has a clearance of 65 meters. The western part, a girder bridge between Sprogø and Funen, is 6,611 meters long.

The Øresund Bridge reaches 7,845 meters before it arrives at the artificial Danish island of Peberholm. The whole Øresund connection, including the tunnel at the end, is 15.9km. The Öland Bridge (in Sweden) is in the same league with the former and has a span of 6,072 meters.
Europe’s longest bridge is in Lisbon. The Vasco da Gama Bridge is 17,300 meters long. We wouldn’t dare say which is the world’s longest bridge as information about length and construction varies a lot.

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