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Question: How long is the Brooklyn Bridge?
Answer: The Brooklyn Bridge, which spans New York’s East River, is 6,017 feet (1,834 meters) long. It is one of the world’s earliest suspension bridges.
Question: In what country would one find the world’s longest suspension bridge, as of 2009?
Answer: As of 2009, Japan’s Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge was the world’s longest suspension bridge. Overall, it is 12,831 feet (3,911 meters) long.
Question: Where might one find the Ponte Vecchio?
Answer: The Ponte Vecchio, or Old Bridge, spans the Arno River in Florence, Italy.
Question: Approximately how many bridges can one find in Venice, Italy?
Answer: As of 2009 there were more than 400 bridges in Venice, Italy. Many date to ancient times.
Question: What is the largest steel arch bridge in the world?
Answer: The Sydney Harbor Bridge, in Sydney, Australia, was built in 1932. It is the world’s largest (but not the longest) steel arch bridge, with the top of the bridge standing 440 feet (134 meters) above the water.
Question: In what city would one find the Golden Gate Bridge?
Answer: San Francisco’s famed Golden Gate Bridge spans the opening of the San Francisco Bay into the Pacific Ocean.
The northern terminus of the Akashi Strait Bridge in Terumi ward, southern Kobe, Hyogo prefecture, west-central Japan. The bridge spans the Akashi Strait and links Awaji Island to Honshu.

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