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The Old Coat Hanger

Which is the world's widest bridge?
It's the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Australia.
It is 48 metres in width!
It has eight lanes of traffic, two overhead railway lines, a cycle track and a footpath.
It is some 135 m above the water and has a span of about 503 metres.
The bridge, affectionately known as 'the old coat hanger' because of its shape was inaugurated in 1932 and is a familiar part of the Sydney skyline.

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