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Måsørbrua
Steinkjer - Norway

Måsørbrua is one of the most unique bridges built on a European highway, and this is the most congested bridge built
of wood in the world. The bridge is built of pure wood, with exeptions of steel cables and concrete in the fastening constructions.
The bridge is 83m long and 9.1m wide. The roadway is built of 25cm thick wood with asphalt on the upside. Construction
was started in September 2004, and the bridge was completed in September 2005.









 
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