Viaduct Millau France
the bridge , namely viaduct (Viaduct is a structure in the form of a bridge that spans a valley, river and so on. The general rule is the same as at the bridge or under the bridge, there is water [river, sea, lake ], under the viaduct is usually a valley, or road, the road), suspended by cables that spreads through the valley of the river Tarn near Millau in southern France. The bridge was designed by the French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster, and he is one of the tallest bridges in the world, with pylons that rise 343 meters in height above the base on which they are appointed. Since the road surface to the bottom of the valley has 272 meters. The bridge is 2,460 meters long and is a remarkable moment in the visual space.