Eshima Ohashi Bridge (Japan)
We’re getting serious Inception vibes from this bridge. Although we’re not trained architects, this bridge seems to defy the laws of physics.
The 144-foot-high bridge has a 6.1 percent gradient. It took seven years to construct the bridge, which is Japan’s biggest rigid-frame bridge and the world’s third largest.
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Rather we risk our lives driving on this abomination, we’d rather swim over. The fact that automobiles can descend such a steep slope shows that physics really is a magical science.