Teakwood bridge, Myanmar (9/15)

This bridge is considered the longest and oldest wooden bridge in the world, but officially, it’s not. The reason behind this is the fact that some wooden beams have been replaced with concrete pillars for safety reasons. 

This bridge has existed for almost two centuries, and the new fortification should not render this construction any less dignified.


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