Designed by architect A. V. Dobrovolsky and engineer by G. B. Fux, the Moscow Bridge in Kiev, Ukraine was completed in 1976. It consists of two spans: “a 816m long and 31.4m wide span across the Dnieper and a 732m long, 29.1m wide span across the Desyonka.” This is what it looks like from the top. Click here for first picture in gallery.

The Moscow Bridge, which is actually in Kiev, Ukraine, sits on pylons that are only about 500 feet high, which is lower than the Golden Gate Bridge’s, and less than half the height of France’s Millau Viaduct, the world’s tallest suspension bridge.

[via GizmodoVitalityWiki]

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