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Euro Quiz # 71 (Monday) - Bridges, Bridges, Bridges!

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1- Subsequently restored, the ??????? is the oldest wooden covered bridge in Europe, as well as the world's oldest surviving truss bridge. It serves as this city's symbol? Name the bridge and what city it graces?

2- This busy rail bridge, one of the world's busiest train bridges, skirts a world-famous cathedral? What river does it cross and what cathedral does it skirt?

3- Venice has its famous Bridge of Sighs but this English city also has its own Bridge of Sighs - Q- what does the Venetian Bridge of Sighs link and where is the English one and what does it link?

4- This Scottish rail viaduct is famous for its association with Harry Potter's film(s)? What is the bridge's name and what famous scenic Scottish Rail Line goes over it?

5- This famous tourist city's name literally in its local language means "Bridge"?

6- Name as many British bridges you can that link the mainland to offshore islands or other places?

7- These two Loire chateaus actually bridge two rivers - name them and the rivers they bridge?

8- This is the newest bridge over the Seine in central Paris - originally meant to have a people mover on it - what two main Paris train stations would have it connected and what is its name?

9- This London pedestrian bridge when opened around 2000 was immediately closed due to its noticeable shaking that scared many of the first pedetrians to flock onto it - it was closed for a spell to lessen its rocking or shaking, which its architect claims was not dangerous and meant to be but which simply frightened the Dickens out of many folk who thught the bridge was going down. Name the bridge and what two main sights (area) it was supposed to help link.

10 - The ????? Bridge spans the River ??????? in England. Opened in 1781, it was the first arch bridge in the world to be made of cast iron, and was greatly celebrated after construction owing to its use of the new material. Name the bridge and where it is located and what river it spans?

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