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A bridge is a structure built to span a physical obstacle, such as a body of water, valley, or road, without closing the way underneath. It is constructed for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle, usually something that is otherwise difficult or impossible to cross. There are many different designs that each serve a particular purpose and apply to different situations. Designs of bridges vary depending on the function of the bridge, the nature of the terrain where the bridge is constructed and anchored, the material used to make it and the funds available to build it.

Most likely, the earliest bridges were fallen trees and stepping stones, while Neolithic people built boardwalk bridges across marshland. The Arkadiko Bridge dating from the 13th century BC, in the Peloponnese, in southern Greece is one of the oldest arch bridges still in existence and use.

The Oxford English Dictionary traces the origin of the word bridge to an Old English word brycg, of the same meaning. The word can be traced directly back to Proto-Indo-European *bʰrēw-. The word for the card game of the same name has a different origin.

The simplest and earliest types of bridges were stepping stones. Neolithic people also built a form of boardwalk across marshes; examples of such bridges include the Sweet Track and the Post Track in England, approximately 6000 years old. Undoubtedly, ancient people would also have used log bridges; that is a timber bridge that fall naturally or are intentionally felled or placed across streams. Some of the first man-made bridges with significant span were probably intentionally felled trees.

Among the oldest timber bridges is the Holzbrücke Rapperswil-Hurden crossing upper Lake Zürich in Switzerland; the prehistoric timber piles discovered to the west of the Seedamm date back to 1523 BC. The first wooden footbridge led across Lake Zürich, followed by several reconstructions at least until the late 2nd century AD, when the Roman Empire built a 6-metre-wide (20 ft) wooden bridge. Between 1358 and 1360, Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria, built a 'new' wooden bridge across the lake that has been used to 1878 – measuring approximately 1,450 metres (4,760 ft) in length and 4 metres (13 ft) wide. On April 6, 2001, the reconstructed wooden footbridge was opened, being the longest wooden bridge in Switzerland.

The Arkadiko Bridge is one of four Mycenaean corbel arch bridges part of a former network of roads, designed to accommodate chariots, between the fort of Tiryns and town of Epidauros in the Peloponnese, in southern Greece. Dating to the Greek Bronze Age (13th century BC), it is one of the oldest arch bridges still in existence and use. Several intact arched stone bridges from the Hellenistic era can be found in the Peloponnese.

The greatest bridge builders of antiquity were the ancient Romans. The Romans built arch bridges and aqueducts that could stand in conditions that would damage or destroy earlier designs. Some stand today. An example is the Alcántara Bridge, built over the river Tagus, in Spain. The Romans also used cement, which reduced the variation of strength found in natural stone. One type of cement, called pozzolana, consisted of water, lime, sand, and volcanic rock. Brick and mortar bridges were built after the Roman era, as the technology for cement was lost (then later rediscovered).

In India, the Arthashastra treatise by Kautilya mentions the construction of dams and bridges. A Mauryan bridge near Girnar was surveyed by James Princep. The bridge was swept away during a flood, and later repaired by Puspagupta, the chief architect of emperor Chandragupta I. The use of stronger bridges using plaited bamboo and iron chain was visible in India by about the 4th century. A number of bridges, both for military and commercial purposes, were constructed by the Mughal administration in India.

Although large Chinese bridges of wooden construction existed at the time of the Warring States period, the oldest surviving stone bridge in China is the Zhaozhou Bridge, built from 595 to 605 AD during the Sui dynasty. This bridge is also historically significant as it is the world's oldest open-spandrel stone segmental arch bridge. European segmental arch bridges date back to at least the Alconétar Bridge (approximately 2nd century AD), while the enormous Roman era Trajan's Bridge (105 AD) featured open-spandrel segmental arches in wooden construction.[citation needed]

Rope bridges, a simple type of suspension bridge, were used by the Inca civilization in the Andes mountains of South America, just prior to European colonization in the 16th century.

The Ashanti built bridges over streams and rivers. They were constructed by pounding four large forked tree trucks into the stream bed, placing beams along these forked pillars, then positioning cross-beams that were finally covered with four to six inches of dirt.

During the 18th century there were many innovations in the design of timber bridges by Hans Ulrich Grubenmann, Johannes Grubenmann, and others. The first book on bridge engineering was written by Hubert Gautier in 1716.

A major breakthrough in bridge technology came with the erection of the Iron Bridge in Shropshire, England in 1779. It used cast iron for the first time as arches to cross the river Severn. With the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century, truss systems of wrought iron were developed for larger bridges, but iron does not have the tensile strength to support large loads. With the advent of steel, which has a high tensile strength, much larger bridges were built, many using the ideas of Gustave Eiffel.[citation needed]

In Canada and the United States, numerous timber covered bridges were built in the late 1700s to the late 1800s, reminiscent of earlier designs in Germany and Switzerland. Some covered bridges were also built in Asia. In later years, some were partly made of stone or metal but the trusses were usually still made of wood; in the United States, there were three styles of trusses, the Queen Post, the Burr Arch and the Town Lattice. Hundreds of these structures still stand in North America. They were brought to the attention of the general public in the 1990s by the novel, movie, and play The Bridges of Madison County.

In 1927 welding pioneer Stefan Bryła designed the first welded road bridge in the world, the Maurzyce Bridge which was later built across the river Słudwia at Maurzyce near Łowicz, Poland in 1929. In 1995, the American Welding Society presented the Historic Welded Structure Award for the bridge to Poland.

Bridges can be categorized in several different ways. Common categories include the type of structural elements used, by what they carry, whether they are fixed or movable, and by the materials used.

Bridges may be classified by how the actions of tension, compression, bending, torsion and shear are distributed through their structure. Most bridges will employ all of these to some degree, but only a few will predominate. The separation of forces and moments may be quite clear. In a suspension or cable-stayed bridge, the elements in tension are distinct in shape and placement. In other cases the forces may be distributed among a large number of members, as in a truss.

The world's longest beam bridge is Lake Pontchartrain Causeway in southern Louisiana in the United States, at 23.83 miles (38.35 km), with individual spans of 56 feet (17 m). Beam bridges are the simplest and oldest type of bridge in use today, and are a popular type.

Some cantilever bridges also have a smaller beam connecting the two cantilevers, for extra strength.

The largest cantilever bridge is the 549-metre (1,801 ft) Quebec Bridge in Quebec, Canada.

With the span of 220 metres (720 ft), the Solkan Bridge over the Soča River at Solkan in Slovenia is the second-largest stone bridge in the world and the longest railroad stone bridge. It was completed in 1905. Its arch, which was constructed from over 5,000 tonnes (4,900 long tons; 5,500 short tons) of stone blocks in just 18 days, is the second-largest stone arch in the world, surpassed only by the Friedensbrücke (Syratalviadukt) in Plauen, and the largest railroad stone arch. The arch of the Friedensbrücke, which was built in the same year, has the span of 90 m (295 ft) and crosses the valley of the Syrabach River. The difference between the two is that the Solkan Bridge was built from stone blocks, whereas the Friedensbrücke was built from a mixture of crushed stone and cement mortar.

The world's largest arch bridge is the Chaotianmen Bridge over the Yangtze River with a length of 1,741 m (5,712 ft) and a span of 552 m (1,811 ft). The bridge was opened April 29, 2009, in Chongqing, China.

The longest suspension bridge in the world is the 3,909 m (12,825 ft) Akashi Kaikyō Bridge in Japan.

The longest cable-stayed bridge since 2012 is the 1,104 m (3,622 ft) Russky Bridge in Vladivostok, Russia.

Some Engineers sub-divide 'beam' bridges into slab, beam-and-slab and box girder on the basis of their cross-section. A slab can be solid or voided (though this is no longer favored for inspectability reasons) while beam-and-slab consists of concrete or steel girders connected by a concrete slab. A box-girder cross-section consists of a single-cell or multi-cellular box. In recent years, integral bridge construction has also become popular.

Most bridges are fixed bridges, meaning they have no moving parts and stay in one place until they fail or are demolished. Temporary bridges, such as Bailey bridges, are designed to be assembled, taken apart, transported to a different site, and re-used. They are important in military engineering and are also used to carry traffic while an old bridge is being rebuilt. Movable bridges are designed to move out of the way of boats or other kinds of traffic, which would otherwise be too tall to fit. These are generally electrically powered.

Double-decked (or double-decker) bridges have two levels, such as the George Washington Bridge, connecting New York City to Bergen County, New Jersey, US, as the world's busiest bridge, carrying 102 million vehicles annually; truss work between the roadway levels provided stiffness to the roadways and reduced movement of the upper level when the lower level was installed three decades after the upper level. The Tsing Ma Bridge and Kap Shui Mun Bridge in Hong Kong have six lanes on their upper decks, and on their lower decks there are two lanes and a pair of tracks for MTR metro trains. Some double-decked bridges only use one level for street traffic; the Washington Avenue Bridge in Minneapolis reserves its lower level for automobile and light rail traffic and its upper level for pedestrian and bicycle traffic (predominantly students at the University of Minnesota). Likewise, in Toronto, the Prince Edward Viaduct has five lanes of motor traffic, bicycle lanes, and sidewalks on its upper deck; and a pair of tracks for the Bloor–Danforth subway line on its lower deck. The western span of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge also has two levels.

Robert Stephenson's High Level Bridge across the River Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne, completed in 1849, is an early example of a double-decked bridge. The upper level carries a railway, and the lower level is used for road traffic. Other examples include Britannia Bridge over the Menai Strait and Craigavon Bridge in Derry, Northern Ireland. The Oresund Bridge between Copenhagen and Malmö consists of a four-lane highway on the upper level and a pair of railway tracks at the lower level. Tower Bridge in London is different example of a double-decked bridge, with the central section consisting of a low-level bascule span and a high-level footbridge.

A viaduct is made up of multiple bridges connected into one longer structure. The longest and some of the highest bridges are viaducts, such as the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway and Millau Viaduct.

A multi-way bridge has three or more separate spans which meet near the center of the bridge. Multi-way bridges with only three spans appear as a "T" or "Y" when viewed from above. Multi-way bridges are extremely rare. The Tridge, Margaret Bridge, and Zanesville Y-Bridge are examples.

A bridge can be categorized by what it is designed to carry, such as trains, pedestrian or road traffic (road bridge), a pipeline or waterway for water transport or barge traffic. An aqueduct is a bridge that carries water, resembling a viaduct, which is a bridge that connects points of equal height. A road-rail bridge carries both road and rail traffic. Overway is a term for a bridge that separates incompatible intersecting traffic, especially road and rail. A bridge can carry overhead power lines as does the Storstrøm Bridge.[citation needed]

Some bridges accommodate other purposes, such as the tower of Nový Most Bridge in Bratislava, which features a restaurant, or a bridge-restaurant which is a bridge built to serve as a restaurant. Other suspension bridge towers carry transmission antennas.[citation needed]

Conservationists use wildlife overpasses to reduce habitat fragmentation and animal-vehicle collisions. The first animal bridges sprung up in France in the 1950s, and these types of bridges are now used worldwide to protect both large and small wildlife.

Bridges are subject to unplanned uses as well. The areas underneath some bridges have become makeshift shelters and homes to homeless people, and the undertimbers of bridges all around the world are spots of prevalent graffiti. Some bridges attract people attempting suicide, and become known as suicide bridges.

The materials used to build the structure are also used to categorize bridges. Until the end of the 18th century, bridges were made out of timber, stone and masonry. Modern bridges are currently built in concrete, steel, fiber reinforced polymers (FRP), stainless steel or combinations of those materials. Living bridges have been constructed of live plants such as Ficus elastica tree roots in India and wisteria vines in Japan.

The Tank bridge transporter (TBT) has the same cross-country performance as a tank even when fully loaded. It can deploy, drop off and load bridges independently, but it cannot recover them.

Unlike buildings whose design is led by architects, bridges are usually designed by engineers. This follows from the importance of the engineering requirements; namely spanning the obstacle and having the durability to survive, with minimal maintenance, in an aggressive outdoor environment. Bridges are first analysed; the bending moment and shear force distributions are calculated due to the applied loads. For this, the finite element method is the most popular. The analysis can be one-, two-, or three-dimensional. For the majority of bridges, a two-dimensional plate model (often with stiffening beams) is sufficient or an upstand finite element model. On completion of the analysis, the bridge is designed to resist the applied bending moments and shear forces, section sizes are selected with sufficient capacity to resist the stresses. Many bridges are made of prestressed concrete which has good durability properties, either by pre-tensioning of beams prior to installation or post-tensioning on site.

In most countries, bridges, like other structures, are designed according to Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD) principles. In simple terms, this means that the load is factored up by a factor greater than unity, while the resistance or capacity of the structure is factored down, by a factor less than unity. The effect of the factored load (stress, bending moment) should be less than the factored resistance to that effect. Both of these factors allow for uncertainty and are greater when the uncertainty is greater.

Most bridges are utilitarian in appearance, but in some cases, the appearance of the bridge can have great importance. Often, this is the case with a large bridge that serves as an entrance to a city, or crosses over a main harbor entrance. These are sometimes known as signature bridges. Designers of bridges in parks and along parkways often place more importance on aesthetics, as well. Examples include the stone-faced bridges along the Taconic State Parkway in New York.

To create a beautiful image, some bridges are built much taller than necessary. This type, often found in east-Asian style gardens, is called a Moon bridge, evoking a rising full moon. Other garden bridges may cross only a dry bed of stream-washed pebbles, intended only to convey an impression of a stream. Often in palaces, a bridge will be built over an artificial waterway as symbolic of a passage to an important place or state of mind. A set of five bridges cross a sinuous waterway in an important courtyard of the Forbidden City in Beijing, China. The central bridge was reserved exclusively for the use of the Emperor and Empress, with their attendants.

The estimated life of bridges varies between 25 and 80 years depending on location and material. However, bridges may age hundred years with proper maintenance and rehabilitation. Bridge maintenance consisting of a combination of structural health monitoring and testing. This is regulated in country-specific engineer standards and includes an ongoing monitoring every three to six months, a simple test or inspection every two to three years and a major inspection every six to ten years. In Europe, the cost of maintenance is considerable and is higher in some countries than spending on new bridges. The lifetime of welded steel bridges can be significantly extended by aftertreatment of the weld transitions. This results in a potential high benefit, using existing bridges far beyond the planned lifetime.

While the response of a bridge to the applied loading is well understood, the applied traffic loading itself is still the subject of research. This is a statistical problem as loading is highly variable, particularly for road bridges. Load Effects in bridges (stresses, bending moments) are designed for using the principles of Load and Resistance Factor Design. Before factoring to allow for uncertainty, the load effect is generally considered to be the maximum characteristic value in a specified return period. Notably, in Europe, it is the maximum value expected in 1000 years.

Bridge standards generally include a load model, deemed to represent the characteristic maximum load to be expected in the return period. In the past, these load models were agreed by standard drafting committees of experts but today, this situation is changing. It is now possible to measure the components of bridge traffic load, to weigh trucks, using weigh-in-motion (WIM) technologies. With extensive WIM databases, it is possible to calculate the maximum expected load effect in the specified return period. This is an active area of research, addressing issues of opposing direction lanes, side-by-side (same direction) lanes, traffic growth, permit/non-permit vehicles and long-span bridges (see below). Rather than repeat this complex process every time a bridge is to be designed, standards authorities specify simplified notional load models, notably HL-93, intended to give the same load effects as the characteristic maximum values. The Eurocode is an example of a standard for bridge traffic loading that was developed in this way.

Most bridge standards are only applicable for short and medium spans - for example, the Eurocode is only applicable for loaded lengths up to 200 m. Longer spans are dealt with on a case-by-case basis. It is generally accepted that the intensity of load reduces as span increases because the probability of many trucks being closely spaced and extremely heavy reduces as the number of trucks involved increases. It is also generally assumed that short spans are governed by a small number of trucks traveling at high speed, with an allowance for dynamics. Longer spans on the other hand, are governed by congested traffic and no allowance for dynamics is needed. Calculating the loading due to congested traffic remains a challenge as there is a paucity of data on inter-vehicle gaps, both within-lane and inter-lane, in congested conditions. Weigh-in-Motion (WIM) systems provide data on inter-vehicle gaps but only operate well in free flowing traffic conditions. Some authors have used cameras to measure gaps and vehicle lengths in jammed situations and have inferred weights from lengths using WIM data. Others have used microsimulation to generate typical clusters of vehicles on the bridge.

Bridges vibrate under load and this contributes, to a greater or lesser extent, to the stresses. Vibration and dynamics are generally more significant for slender structures such as pedestrian bridges and long-span road or rail bridges. One of the most famous examples is the Tacoma Narrows Bridge that collapsed shortly after being constructed due to excessive vibration. More recently, the Millennium Bridge in London vibrated excessively under pedestrian loading and was closed and retrofitted with a system of dampers. For smaller bridges, dynamics is not catastrophic but can contribute an added amplification to the stresses due to static effects. For example, the Eurocode for bridge loading specifies amplifications of between 10% and 70%, depending on the span, the number of traffic lanes and the type of stress (bending moment or shear force).

There have been many studies of the dynamic interaction between vehicles and bridges during vehicle crossing events. Fryba did pioneering work on the interaction of a moving load and an Euler-Bernoulli beam. With increased computing power, vehicle-bridge interaction (VBI) models have become ever more sophisticated. The concern is that one of the many natural frequencies associated with the vehicle will resonate with the bridge first natural frequency. The vehicle-related frequencies include body bounce and axle hop but there are also pseudo-frequencies associated with the vehicle's speed of crossing and there are many frequencies associated with the surface profile. Given the wide variety of heavy vehicles on road bridges, a statistical approach has been suggested, with VBI analyses carried out for many statically extreme loading events.

The failure of bridges is of special concern for structural engineers in trying to learn lessons vital to bridge design, construction and maintenance. The failure of bridges first assumed national interest during the Victorian era when many new designs were being built, often using new materials.

In the United States, the National Bridge Inventory tracks the structural evaluations of all bridges, including designations such as "structurally deficient" and "functionally obsolete".

There are several methods used to monitor the condition of large structures like bridges. Many long-span bridges are now routinely monitored with a range of sensors. Many types of sensors are used, including strain transducers, accelerometers, tiltmeters, and GPS. Accelerometers have the advantage that they are inertial, i.e., they do not require a reference point to measure from. This is often a problem for distance or deflection measurement, especially if the bridge is over water.

An option for structural-integrity monitoring is "non-contact monitoring", which uses the Doppler effect (Doppler shift). A laser beam from a Laser Doppler Vibrometer is directed at the point of interest, and the vibration amplitude and frequency are extracted from the Doppler shift of the laser beam frequency due to the motion of the surface. The advantage of this method is that the setup time for the equipment is faster and, unlike an accelerometer, this makes measurements possible on multiple structures in as short a time as possible. Additionally, this method can measure specific points on a bridge that might be difficult to access. However, vibrometers are relatively expensive and have the disadvantage that a reference point is needed to measure from.

Snapshots in time of the external condition of a bridge can be recorded using Lidar to aid bridge inspection. This can provide measurement of the bridge geometry (to facilitate the building of a computer model) but the accuracy is generally insufficient to measure bridge deflections under load.

While larger modern bridges are routinely monitored electronically, smaller bridges are generally inspected visually by trained inspectors. There is considerable research interest in the challenge of smaller bridges as they are often remote and do not have electrical power on site. Possible solutions are the installation of sensors on a specialist inspection vehicle and the use of its measurements as it drives over the bridge to infer information about the bridge condition. These vehicles can be equipped with accelerometers, gyrometers, Laser Doppler Vibrometers and some even have the capability to apply a resonant force to the road surface in order to dynamically excite the bridge at its resonant frequency.

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Traffic backed up to the truck stop heading towards MC on the new bridge
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#theweathernetwork Ice flow under the Bluewater Bridge.
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Slow down, you move too fast You got to make the morning last The 59th Street Bridge Song(1966)
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This is the last time I can take a picture from the downstream sidewalk as it will permanently close tomorrow so th…
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RT @LizWebsterLD: Last years flooding was unprecedented, but this year has surpassed 2020! We’ve had to move out cattle around bc some she…
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period sex walking on a sketchy bridge 🤝 “just don’t look down”
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RT @mariettk: Thank you @RTELateLateShow for supporting #Tech2Students to help bridge the digital divide. Not all students have same opport…
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RT @tokozo123: 🎀espoポイント1000PでNew Bridgeに登録すると●●●【セブンズオーナー】に存在する約500種類のゲームがespoポイントで遊ぶ事が出来るんです もちろん●●●ゲームなのでポイントが溜まれば換金できます🤣 ⬇️#エスポ の無料登録…
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RT @NEARProtocol: More @NEARProtocol Workshops at @EthereumDenver! Friday, Feb 5th @ 4pm MT, come listen to: “Interoperability via Rainbo…
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RT @leeaceseungg: IF ENHYPEN WILL COVER BTS "ON" SO HEESEUNG WILL DO JUNGKOOK'S PART?? OH MY GOSHH THE BRIDGE PART THO😭....
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‘God why are there always such idiotic people meddling in business they shouldn’t be and especially at this god awf…
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RT @iconickdramas: Seojun became the bridge for Jugyeong & Suho to make up 😭 HES SMILING BUT HES IN DEEP PAIN 💔 #TrueBeauty #TrueBeautyEP16…
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@MostafaNageeb Makes sense. What is their relationship with the dev team? Are they the bridge between the users and dev?
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エロンゲーションしながらやると身長が伸びます(笑)
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@parlertakes Ok, I can accept cyberly, but by cyber too? That's a bridge too far!
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We will not follow Allen West, the Carpetbagger reject from FL, or @TexasGOP, the #TexasSeditiousCaucus, anywhere,…
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RT @DrJitendraSingh: Ever seen a Floating Bamboo Bridge? #Northeast is filled with many such beautiful #Bamboo bridges in various regions.…
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Democratic group American Bridge plans $100 million midterm campaign to back President Biden
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For years, self-interested congressional Republicans have used the fig leaf of bogus procedural objections to bridg…
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Why do North and South Dakota have 4 Senators but a population less than the daily commuters who travel the George Washington Bridge?
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@Sifill_LDF Anyone who has ever viewed Tim Scott as a bridge builder, or a "moderate" needs to confront the brutal…
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RT @engineering_wow: How bridge foundations over a river are built.
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RT @sydstitch: my embroidery take on monet’s japanese bridge
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RT @sydstitch: my embroidery take on monet’s japanese bridge
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RT @hf_dreamcatcher: [📰] ‘드림캐쳐’ 꿈 이뤘다, 빌보드 '넥스트 빅 사운드’ 1위 [공식] (출처 : 스포츠경향 | 네이버 TV연예) ▶️ #드림캐쳐 #Dreamcatcher
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Telos and pNetwork Create a Telos-Ethereum Bridge with ERC-20 Token and Uniswap Listing #Tech #Technology #finance
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Didn't know I needed this until now
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RT @yuckmae: this bridge is studied at universities!
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RT @NoAbsNoLIfe: geez yall crying over 30s bridge, crying over emojis and now crying over the word 'major' and talking~ Korean is a context…
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RT @sydstitch: my embroidery take on monet’s japanese bridge
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@armyflying Stan Pearson and Len Guthrie piloted the Horsa which was towed to the wrong bridge on 6th June.
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@teesbirds1 Med gull still at Newburn Bridge 11.35am.
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MAG DIG SA BRIDGE HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA ANIMAAAL
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RT @Lolab_Chapter: #lolab28 Capacity Building Tour for locals of Lolab on 14 Feb 2021* *CIF(K)/ HQ 8 SECT RR/ 28RR* In continuation wit…
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RT @gre_at_OM: 위안부였던 이용수 할머니가 가짜 위안부라고 가짜뉴스 퍼트리고 하버드법대에 메일 공세하는 미디어워치! 유투브 영상이라도 내려가도록 '미디어워치 위안부' 검색해서 신고해주세요. 조회수 올라가지 않도록 클릭말고 우측 동그라미…
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Donald Glover y Phoebe Waller-Bridge serán Sr. y Sra. Smith para Amazon
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RT @sydstitch: my embroidery take on monet’s japanese bridge
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RT @sydstitch: my embroidery take on monet’s japanese bridge
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Gallery of Ruyi Bridge / ZZHK Architects - 2
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Pedestrian bridges of Nur-Sultan: Seruen, Karaotkel and Atyrau
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Penda Designs Bridge Inspired by Olympics Rings for 2022 Beijing Winter Games,Courtesy of Penda
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15 Innovative Concepts for London’s Latest Pedestrian Bridge - Architectural Digest
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Planning A Trip To Big Sur | Damsel In Dior
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Mount Taranaki & Te Rewa Rewa Bridge cycleway across the Waiwhakaiho River, New Plymouth, North Island, New Zealand
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High Trestle Bridge, though originally built as a railroad bridge in the 1970s, has undergone a significant facelift in the past five years.
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Gallery of Providence Pedestrian Bridge / INFORM Studio + Buro Happold - 23
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Jun 24, 2020 21:50
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#brooklynbridgepark #queensbridge #queenmemes #harlem #bronxhairstylist #bronxlife #bridge #realtor #realestateinvesting #apartments #apartmenttherapy #attorneyatlaw #credit #creditrepairservices #realtorlife #realestatephotography #mortgagebroker #mortgageloanofficer
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#realtor #apartmenttherapy #queenmemes #mortgagebroker #attorneyatlaw
Jun 25, 2020 07:40
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Lines of Lord Byran instantly comes to my mind when I remember this scenic shot There is a rapture on the lonely shore, There is society, where none intrudes, By the deep Sea, and music in its roar I love not Man the less, but Nature more 📸@swollen_foot . . Dm, tag or use hashtag #gopahad to get featured . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #river #nature #photography #travel #water #naturephotography #landscape #sunset #fishing #photooftheday #sky #travelphotography #mountains #love #riverplate #bridge #beautiful #adventure #instagood #photo #ig #lake #spring #landscapephotography #outdoors #naturelovers #forest #picoftheday ΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔ ΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔΔ ________________________________________ @mountain.vvibes @earthtravelfever @euttaranchal @thedistant_travellers @bestofhimachal_ @devbhoomi__ @jannatehimachal @himalayandarshan @uttarakhandheaven @pauri.in @uttarakhandtraveller @pahadi_tips @pahadiaura @pahadibhulaofficial @uttarakhandnatural
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#riverplate #fishing #travelphotography #love #instagood
Jun 25, 2020 16:33
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High . An instrumental track i've been working on. . #original #music #guitar #acousticguitar #keys #song #video #musicvideo #goa #goan #trippy #high #trippyvideo #strings #lofi #undertwominutes #trip #road #bridge #ants #trees
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#guitar #music #goan #ants #keys
Jun 25, 2020 16:43
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😎slowmo😎 अंजाम की परवाह होती तो, हम मोहब्बत करना छोड़ देते, मोहब्बत में तो जिद्द होती है, और जिद्द के बड़े पक्के हैं हम! #slomo #bridge #adventures #walk #heaven #loveyourself #trek #mountainlife #lovemyself #bholenath #tosh #barshainitokheerganga #rudernaag_water_fall #trekdiaries #hotsprings #mesmerised #instagram #enjoymoment #waterfall #adventurelife #tree #river #instagood #photo #videoshoot #spreadlove #village
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#enjoymoment #tree #loveyourself #photo #waterfall
Jun 25, 2020 16:33
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Chittar Dam 🏞️-- #dam #hooverdam #usa #travel #water #arizona #nevada #nature #lake #river #roadtrip #explore #mountains #coloradoriver #travelphotography #waterfall #lasvegas #wanderlust #adventure #photography #america #canon #bridge #hiking #daringartsmovement #outdoors #summer #photooftheday #landscape #clouds, I'm using @tagsfinder_com
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#lasvegas #clouds #daringartsmovement #hooverdam #waterfall
Jun 25, 2020 16:33
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Chodzi o to, żeby żyć zanim się umrze, bo to może być wielka przygoda, żyć. ' #podróżemałeiduże #podróże #travelphotography #travelling #travel #pocztowkazpolski #polska #poland #stańczyki #polishgirl #brunette #outdoor #slowlife #naszlaku #warmiaimazury #suwalszczyzna #beautiful #happy #weekend #travelist #amateurphotography #natural #nature #bridge #architecture #instaphoto #photooftheday #picoftheday
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#photooftheday #pocztowkazpolski #polishgirl #brunette #poland
Jun 25, 2020 16:33
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/ 今天還是重陽大橋 設備不足真的殘念 下次補到了減光鏡在拍更好看的夕陽 想看更多照片歡迎追蹤我^^ Follow Me on instagram #taiwanphotographer #taiwan #taiwanlandscape #landscape #discovertaiwan #vscotaiwan #viewtaiwan #lifetaiwan #life #amazingtaiwan #igerstaiwan #taiwanphoto #taipei #taipeitravel #taipeicity #night #sunset #taipeinight #bridge #夕陽 #黃昏 #台北 #台北景點 #攝影 #風景 #重陽大橋
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#sunset #lifetaiwan #taipei #taiwanphoto #bridge
Jun 25, 2020 16:34
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Sehr dramatisch sieht der #Himmel über der Alten #Mainbrücke und der #Festung #Marienberg auf dem Foto von @katas.world aus. Vielen Dank fürs Teilen!⁣ #bridge #Brücke #fortress #sky #Wolken #clouds #Wetter #weather #Main #Fluss #river
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#festung #sky #main #mainbrücke #himmel
Jun 25, 2020 16:34
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📌 Brasilia, Brazil #bridge #steel_bridges #amir_hosein_nozari #امیر_حسین_نوذری
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#amir_hosein_nozari #bridge #steel_bridges
Jun 25, 2020 16:34
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Our Venice, Bridge of Sighs, the last sight of Venice for the condemned as they passed from the Doge's Palace to prison. #venice #veniceitaly #bridge #bridgeofsighs #veneto #prisons #condemned
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#veneto #venice #prisons #bridgeofsighs #veniceitaly