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Hardanger Bridge is crossing the Hardangerfjord in southwestern Norway. It is one of the longest suspension bridges in the world.
Bridge type: Suspension bridge with a total length of 1380 meters, with a main span of 1310 meters. The small difference between length and span is because the fjord quickly becomes very deep, and the pylons must stand near the shore. The steel deck is 20 m wide and includes a lane for pedestrians and bicycles. The clearance is 55 m and the pylons reach 200 m above sea level. The concrete pylons reach 200 m above sea level.
Reference: TDA – COWI, Statens Vegvesen, Norway