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Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge

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The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the world. It spans over the Inland Sea in Japan.
the Akashi bridge is connecting two areas: Kobe and Awajishma Island. The bridge is 3 911 meters long and 282.8 meters tall. The bridge is made of many different metals, but especially steel. It is really white and made of fondation.
The engineer of the Akashi Kaikyo bridge was Honshu-Shikoku.
A draughtsman is someone who forms the plans for construction  sites. A civil draughtsman is a draughtsman that works alongside  civil engineers and other local officials.
Akashi Kaikyo cross the Inland Sea
the Akashi Kaikyo bridge , why was it given its name
The bridge was opened for traffic 5 April 1998. See link below for more information:
conor merchantwas the designer
Akashi Kaikyō Bridge was created in 1998.
the bridge ws made when president quentin trembly the third, the 8th and a half president made pant illigal, and declared war on pancakes. he then life sistained himself in peanut brittle.
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  The Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge was completed in 1998 and was the longest suspension bridge in Japan and the world at that time, at a length of 1,991 metres.    
The span of the Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge is 12,831 feet(3,911 meters).
It's extremely tall. Its two towers, at 928 feet, soar higher than any other bridge towers in the world.
to get across. There were roads. 
    the weather that could damage the bridge
  Believe it or not, there were no deaths constructing the Worlds longest suspension bridge, and only six workers were injured.
it was built 1988 and it finished being built in 1998
  It is a suspension bridge (the longest one in the world, in fact).
4.3 billion US DOLLORS or 500 billion Japanese YEN
Honshu-Shikoku Bridge Authority