3.Great Belt Bridge, Zealand, Denmark (5,328 feet)
The Great Belt Bridge is also a division of an expressway, known as the Great Belt Fixed Link. This Link connects the Funen and Danish Islands Zealand. First planned in the 1850s, it took approximately a century for the linkage to come into reality. The linkage took a new law to be formed. The story does not end here, a commission was established in 1948, to look into the implications of this manufacture. It is one of the few popular bridges that remain open 24/7 and 365 days a year. This makes the bridge well known for the delightful sunrises and sunsets.
How to reach:
To get to Zealand for visulizing Great Belt Suspension Bridge, take a flight from anywhere in the world to Copenhagen and then a train to Zealand. The trains are accessible all through the day and take about half an hour. Or if you wish for a taxi, you can take it, but it would be five to ten times the train tickets.
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