Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Now, that's a real kewl, tall bridge ...

Pillars from the Millau Viaduct, designed by the English architect Lord Norman Foster, rise above the cloud-covered valley of the river Tarn December 9, 2004. The Millau Viaduct, with seven slender soaring pillars, is the highest bridge in the world at 343 meters, and now creates a direct route between Paris and the Mediterranean coast. The bridge will be inaugurated by French President Chirac at a ceremony.
From : Yahoo News.

For more details on the bridge, visit here.

Thanks to Visithra who pointed this wonderful bridge to me.

1 comment:

visithra said...

Double posting trackback? Wow! Thanks have added you to my blogroll - hope you don't mind:)