Millau Viaduct, France Driving north out of Millau to join the south bound carriageway to cross the Millau Viaduct. No overdubs on the soundtrack. The motorhome engine, when speede... Viaduc de Millau
The Millau Viaduct’s impact on area is that people are now able to cross the vineyards. If there were no bridge and people trying to cross the area, they would have to drive on a crazy road and all the way up and down the hills.
The Millau Viaduct’s design is a Cable-stayed bridge. the link attached to this is the real instruction/ layout to build the Millau Viaduct.
This is the 12th tallest building in the world. The Millau Viaduct was built to shave off 37 miles off the former route. The engineers are Michel Virlogeux and Norman Foster.
Michel Virlogeux and Norman Foster are French structural engineers, who built the Millau Viaduct bridge. The bridge needed 350,000 tons of concrete, and 40,000 tons of steel. It is also 8,071 feet long.
The Millau Viaduct is located in southern France and the bridge crosses the Tarn River. The bridge had its grand opening in December 2004. It is one of the most breath- taking bridges in the world.
it was built October 10, 2001.
The Millau Viaduct is 1,125 feet high or 343 meters high. The length is 8,071 feet or 2,460 meters.

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