Borgarfjarðarbrú, Iceland's Second Longest Bridge

Borgarfjarðarbrú, Iceland's Second Longest Bridge (Google Maps)
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By AlbinoFlea @ 2005-11-11 09:54:28
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The second-largest bridge in Iceland, BorgarfjarĂ°arbrĂș connects Borgarnes to Route 1 (the Ring Road) and connects it with other parts of the country. The Borgarnes Harbour has not been used for transportation for years so all transportation to and from Borgarnes is by land.
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