Ch 6: Bridges of the World

About This Chapter

Learn more about some of the notable bridges of the world with this engaging and helpful chapter. It's easy to study for an exam or learn something new with the lessons and quizzes that make up this comprehensive study guide, which is accessible 24 hours a day.

Bridges of the World - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, our instructors present facts, history and information about some of the most famous bridges in the world, including the Charles Bridge in Prague, the Bridge of Sighs and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. You can test your understanding either before or after reviewing the lessons by taking our multiple-choice quizzes. If any of the information in the lessons is challenging, feel free to contact an instructor for help. Once you complete this chapter, you should understand the following:

  • The history of the Ambassador Bridge
  • How the Capilano Suspension Bridge came about
  • Legends about Prague's Charles Bridge
  • Information on other famous bridges
  • The construction of Italy's Rialto Bridge
  • The history of the Stamford Bridge Battle
  • How the Sydney Harbour Bridge was built
  • The facts and history surrounding Tower Bridge

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