Where is Pont de Normandie?

Where is Pont de Normandie?

Le Havre
Pont de Normandie/Location

Pont de Normandie is situated in north-western France and crosses the River Seine between Le Havre and Honfleur. With the main span width of 856m, pylon height of 203m, and the total length of 2,141m, the bridge is one of the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world.

Why is Le Pont Normandie famous?

Spanning the mouth of the River Seine estuary, the Pont de Normandie (Normandy Bridge), is one of our most prominent landmarks. Beautifully designed and architecturally impressive, it was the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world when it opened.

Who owns the Pont de Normandie?

Société des Autoroutes de Paris

Pont de Normandie
Locale Le Havre–Honfleur, France
Maintained by Société des Autoroutes de Paris Normandie
Design Cable-stayed bridge M. Virlogeux, F. Doyelle, C. Lavigne

How old is the Pont de Normandie?

27Pont de Normandie / Age (c. 1995)

Why was the Pont de Normandie built?

Pont de Normandie is a cable-stayed road bridge that crosses the Seine River and connects Le Havre to Honfleur in Normandy, France. The bridge was designed by Michel Virlogeux. Construction began in 1988 and the bridge was opened in January 1995….Pont de Normandie.

Length 2 143 m
Height 215 m
Longest span 856 m

How high is Pont de Normandie?

171′Pont de Normandie / Clearance below

How long is the Normandy bridge?

7,024′Pont de Normandie / Total length

What is the highest bridge in France?

the Millau Viaduct
At 2,460 meters the Millau Viaduct is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world. It crosses over the Tarn River in the south of France at a height of 270 meters.

Where is the Brooklyn bridge?

New York
Brooklyn Bridge/Location

Who built the tallest bridge in France?

Norman Foster
Facts and History of Millau Bridge. Millau Viaduct is cable-stayed bridge in France over a valley of the River Tarn near Millau. It is the tallest bridge in the world with one of its masts as tall as 343 meters. Its designers are the French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster.