1. Henderson Waves Bridge
Located in Singapore, this pedestrian bridge is the highest pedestrian bridge in the city-state. It's named after the wave-like structure that forms as the bridge arches and dips.
2. Golden Gate Bridge
One of the most iconic bridges in the world, the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California spans 1.7 miles and is painted in a unique shade of orange-red called 'International Orange.'.
3. Python Bridge
This bike and pedestrian bridge in Amsterdam, Netherlands has a unique, serpentine shape that gives it its name. It's also lit up at night, making it a popular spot for nighttime photography.
4. Millau Viaduct
This cable-stayed bridge in France is the tallest bridge in the world, standing at over 1,100 feet tall. It spans the Tarn River valley and connects the cities of Millau and Creissels.
5. Rolling Bridge
Located in London, England, this bridge has a unique design that allows it to curl up into a circle, allowing boats to pass through. It was designed by Thomas Heatherwick and completed in 2004.
6. Banpo Bridge
This bridge in Seoul, South Korea features a unique water fountain system that shoots water into the air from both sides of the bridge. At night, the fountain is lit up with colorful lights.
7. Chapel Bridge
Located in Lucerne, Switzerland, this wooden pedestrian bridge dates back to the 14th century and is one of the oldest covered bridges in Europe. It's also decorated with a series of paintings depicting the city's history.
8. Langkawi Sky Bridge
This pedestrian bridge in Malaysia spans over 400 feet and is suspended 328 feet above the ground. It offers stunning views of the surrounding rainforest and nearby islands.
9. Gateshead Millennium Bridge
This pedestrian and cyclist bridge in Newcastle, England is nicknamed the 'Blinking Eye Bridge' due to its unique design that allows it to tilt and open for boats to pass through. It was completed in 2001.
10. Pont du Gard
This ancient Roman aqueduct bridge in southern France is over 2,000 years old and stands at over 160 feet tall. It was built to transport water to the city of Nimes and is now a popular tourist attraction.