The Sheikh Zayed Bridge, which took nearly eight years to complete, used more than 52,000 tonnes of structural and reinforced steel and 200,000 cubic metres of concrete.

Designed by Zaha Hadid, the structure has three sand dune-shaped arches linked together by concrete blocks that are reinforced with steel wires. The largest arch rises 63 metres above the 68metre-wide roadway.

The bridge opened In November 2010
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By: WacoKidd110
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