The Millau Viaduct, is a cable stayed road bridge that spans the valley of the River Tam near Millau in southern France. It is the tallest bridge in the world Read more: 10 Tallest Bridges In The World
On the Paris-Montpellier autoroute, one encounters le Viaduc de Millau, the World'sTallest Bridge (designed by Norman Foster and engineered by Michel Virlogeux). A centre mast's summit hovers metres above its base (higher than the Eiffel tower).
Millau Bridge in southern France ~ 'Le Viaduc de Millau' ~ cable-stayed bridge, crosses Valley of the River Tarn ~ "the tallest bridge in the world with one mast's summit at 343 m. ft) above the base. (and) the highest bridge deck in the world"
Millau Viaduct English architect Norman Foster designed this massive cable-stayed bridge to carry travelers over the valley of the Tarn River. With its apex at 1125 feet, the Millau Viaduct is one of the world's tallest bridges.