La Pepa bridge in Spain

1812 Consttiution Bridge in Cadiz, Spain, is the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, costed 510 million euros 240 million over budget.
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View of landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge on December 4, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A general view of the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A general view of the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A general view of the landmark 1812 Constitution Bridge on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A general view of the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A general view during dawn of the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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Protection bouys hand at the small fishing port in Cadiz with the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge in the bay in the background on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)
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A fisherman casts his line with the landmark 1812 Consttiution Bridge in the background on December 3, 2015 in Cadiz, Spain. The bridge has a total height of 185 meters, with a clearance of 69 meters between the highest point of the deck and the water, making it the second tallest maritime bridge by clearance in the world, after the Verrazano-Narrows in New York and ahead of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The bridge known locally as La Pepa, was inaugurated by Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy on 24 September 2015 costing 510 million euros, 240 million over budget. (Getty Images)