China is the home of the three longest bridges in the world. Danyang Kunshan Grand Bridge was inaugurated on June 30, 2011 and is the longest bridge sustained by steel cables.
It features 2000 feet and a height of 78 meters that give the impression that the bridge passes through clouds.
The bridge has 164 km of cables and for its construction were used 450,000 tons of steel. It is 6 miles long and was finishes in record time by a team of 10,000 workers. The whole thing lasted only 12 months and cost $8.5 billion.
Danyang Kunshan Grand Bridge is the longest bridge in the world and this record has been approved by Guinness Book of Records. The construction that leaves you breathless has a 9 km portion that passes over the water.