Armenia Bridges 90 to 100 meters

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With the Arpa River gorge cutting straight through the city of Jermuk, it was only a matter of time before a high level bridge would be built. Constructed in 1972, the Arpa River bridge (80 meters high) is a medium sized steel arch with a span of 394 feet (120 mtrs). The steel ribs look a little thin for a bridge of this size but the 2-lane structure has been serving the city well for more than a third of a century.

Located in the capital city of Yerevan, the massive 1950-built Kievyan arch bridge (98 meters high) carries six lanes of traffic across the Hrazdan River in the heart of the city.

Just north of Yerevan is the Davitashen bridge (92 meters high), a steel beam crossing of the Hrazdan River with three 262 foot (80 mtr) spans.

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