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多々羅大橋 Tatara brg.

多々羅大橋 Tatara brg.

In Setoda, the sun sets behind the stately lines of Tatara Bridge, built in 1999. | ANGELES MARIN CABELLO

Walking on water: the seven bridges over the Seto Inland Sea

In Setoda, the sun sets behind the stately lines of Tatara Bridge, built in 1999. | ANGELES MARIN CABELLO

The Tatara Bridge (多々羅大橋 Tatara Ōhashi?) is a cable-stayed bridge that is part of the Nishiseto Expressway, commonly known as the Shimanami Kaidō しまなみ海道. The bridge has a center span of 890 metres (2,920 ft). As of 2010 it has the fourth longest main span of any cable-stayed bridge after the Sutong Bridge.

The Tatara Bridge (多々羅大橋 Tatara Ōhashi?) is a cable-stayed bridge that is part of the Nishiseto Expressway, commonly known as the Shimanami Kaidō しまなみ海道. The bridge has a center span of 890 metres (2,920 ft). As of 2010 it has the fourth longest main span of any cable-stayed bridge after the Sutong Bridge.

draincover on Ikuchijima, Hiroshima Prefecture, and it depicts the Tatara Bridge which connects Ikuchijima with Omishima

draincover on Ikuchijima, Hiroshima Prefecture, and it depicts the Tatara Bridge which connects Ikuchijima with Omishima

Tatara Bridge in Japan. When completed in 1999 it had the longest span of any cable-stayed bridge.

Tatara Bridge in Japan. When completed in 1999 it had the longest span of any cable-stayed bridge.

The Tatara Bridge in Japan has a main span of 890 metres and it's Y-shaped towers are made out of steel. Truly a structural masterpiece!

The Tatara Bridge in Japan has a main span of 890 metres and it's Y-shaped towers are made out of steel. Truly a structural masterpiece!

The Tatara Bridge connecting Ikuchijima with Omishima.

The Tatara Bridge connecting Ikuchijima with Omishima.

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