French President Jacques Chirac today inaugurated the worlds tallest road bridge in Millau, France. Its tallest pillar is 1,122ft high and bridge runs
for 1.6 miles through the Massif Central mountains and was designed by British architect Norman Foster.
Along with structures like the proposed Burj Tower in Dubai and the power tower in Australia, it's good to see we're still trying to push the
boundaries of design. It is quite an incredible looking bridge. I wouldn't mind taking a drive over it one day.
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