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The Unique Bridge Between Sweden and Denmark


This is the longest bridge in Europe and also it’s the world’s longest single bridge with a highwayon top and a railway line at the bottom. The bridge is nearly 8 kilometers long and is the sea ordeal between Sweden and Denmark.


Beyond that there was also built a highway running through artificial island Pepparholm and 4-km-long tunnel under the sea. Passing the Oresund strait takes you a total of 16 km and you can see it in the video at the end of this article.


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