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Quiz: Can you identify these famous bridges and viaducts?

Beautiful, historic and architecturally interesting, some of these bridges and viaducts are even stars of our favourite TV shows. You've probably seen them before, but do you know their names?

Can you identify these bridges? (Shutterstock)

These bridges and viaducts are some of the most beautiful, most recognisable and most historic in the world. You may even recognise some from TV shows like Big Little Lies.

Whether or not you've seen them before isn't the big question. We're wondering: can you identify and correctly name them all? Time to find out. Good luck... 

1. Can you name this famous bridge (as seen in Big Little Lies)?

Big Sur

Baker River

Baron Fork Creek

Brixby Creek

2. Can you name this famous French viaduct?

Mackinac

Millau

Malleco

Mirabelle

3. Can you identify this Brazilian bridge?

Juscelino Kubitschek

Ponte Brasilia

João Goulart

Jair Bolsonaro

4. Can you name this bridge, which connects different countries together?

Victoria Falls

Three Countries Bridge

Øresund

New Europe

5. Can you identify this bridge? Here's a clue: it's Canadian

Blue Water

Confederation

Alexandra

Prince Edward

6. Can you name this bridge located in Ljubljana, Slovenia?

Dragon

Tromostovje

Demon

Ljubljanica

7. This is the last remaining Inca rope bridge in the world. What's it called?

Q'eswachaka

Apurimac

Machu Picchu

Coricancha

8. No clue needed. What's this viaduct called?

Glenfinnan

Clyde Arc

Glencoe

Craigellachie

9. Can you identify this well-known bridge? Here's a clue: it's in the Balkans

Kosovo

Stari Most

Mehmed Paša Sokolović

Mesi

10. This Asian bridge is otherworldly. What's its name?

Spiral

Duge

Sentosa

Helix

11. Can you name this famous European bridge?

Bridge of Cries

Bridge of Signs

Bridge of Sighs

Bridge of Sorrow

12. Do you recognise this bright yellow, South American viaduct called?

Polvorilla

Malleco

Chacao Channel

Pueyrredón

13. Here's another viaduct, this time from the UK. What's it called?

Ouse Valley

Dovedale

Thames Valley

Pulteney

14. This is the longest covered bridge in the world. Do you know its name?

Quebec Covered

Gordie Howe

New Brunswick

Hartland Covered

15. Can you identify this bridge? Here's a clue: it ISN'T American

Story

Sydney

Queenstown

Kurilpa

16. A rather unusual bridge, indeed. Do you know what it's called?

Hardanger

Hillcrest

Storseisundet

Storstrøm

17. Can you name this Iranian bridge?

Si-o-se-pol

Khaju

Isfahan

Tabiat

18. Can you remember the name of this unique, circular bridge?

Laguna Garzón

The Eyeball

Salto Grande

Globe

19. Finally, this petite bridge comes from a city famous for its bridges. What's it called?

Red Bell

Swing

Low Level

Tyne

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