Chain Bridge (Budapest)
The Széchényi Chain Bridge, named after István Széchenyi, was the first permanent bridge across the Danube between Pest and Buda.
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Types of bridges include beam-, arch-, suspension-, cantilever and truss bridges.
Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.
The suspension bridge that stretches above the strait between San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean was opened in 1937.
The first paddle steamer in Hungary entered service in 1846.
One of the main settings in the well-known Hungarian youth novel was a timberyard.
The length of the metal frameworks of bridges change when the temperature changes.
Medieval Venice owed its wealth to its flourishing maritime trade.
In the Tudor Era around 200 buildings were built on the bridge across the River Thames.
Leonardo's creative legacy also includes several projects related to bridges. This unusual swing bridge allowed for undisturbed water traffic.
King Darius as well as Xerxes built pontoon bridges across the Bosphorus for the Persian army.