Magdeburg Water Bridge in Germany

Conception for the idea to connect the two waterways dates as far back as 1919, but this wondrous bridge did not open until just under a decade ago in October of 2003. Boasting the record for world’s longest navigable aqueduct, the Magdeburg Water Bridge reaches a total length of 3,012 feet.

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