Built in 2011 and stretching a very impressive 102.4 miles long (or 540,672 feet long), the Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge is the longest bridge in the world. It's one of many impressive, world-record-setting bridges included on this new infographic coming from the team at Alan's Factory Outlet, which lists out the world's longest and largest bridges by category. There are bridges from several different countries from around the globe featured on this list of impressive bridges, including the Millau Viaduct, which was built in 2004 and can be found in Aveyron, France. At a length of 7,920 feet and a height of 1,125 feet, it's the tallest bridge in the entire world. Another notable bridge on this infographic would be the Jinan Yellow River Phoenix Bridge, built just this in China. It's the longest self-anchored suspension bridge on earth, at an impressive 2.35 miles long (or 12,427 feet long).
Infographic by: alansfactoryoutlet