They seem almost timeless, some of them have even became city icons because of their exclusive design.
Here is a list of 26 stunning bridges in the world.

1- Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

Golden Gate Bridge, San Franciscoflickr/ConstantinAB


2- Harbour Bridge, Sydney

Harbour Bridge, Sydneyvia flickr/paul bica


3- Ponte Vecchio, Florence

Ponte Vecchio, Florencevia flickr/Colby Blaisdell/Wenjie, Zhang/roland reynon/John Bauder


4- Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbul

Bosphorus Bridge, Istanbulvia mehmet bilgin


5- Nanpu Bridge, Shanghai

Nanpu Bridge, Shanghaivia Jakob Montrasio


6- Tower Bridge, London

Tower Bridge, Londonvia salomon10


7- Pont du Gard Aqueduct, Gard

Pont du Gard Aqueduct, Gardvia, Ben Cappellacci


8- Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado

Royal Gorge Bridge, Coloradovia Wasif Malik


9- Sri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajaya

Sri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajayavia Sergey


10- Millau Viaduct, Creissels, France

Millau Viaduct, Creissels, Francevia Jon Bowen


11- Vasco da Gama Bridge, Lisbon, Portugal

Vasco da Gama Bridge, Lisbon, Portugalvia Bruno Pereira


12- Khaju Bridge, Isfahan, Iran

This fantastic bridge is in Isfahan, Iran. It was built by the Persian Safavid king, Shah Abbas II around 1650, on the foundations of an older bridge.

Khaju Bridge, Isfahan, Iranvia David Stanley / Ninara


13- Chengyang Bridge (Wind and Rain Bridge), Guangxi, China

Chengyang Bridge (Wind and Rain Bridge), Guangxi, Chinavia Anja Disseldorp / Ken Marshall


14- Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA

Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA


15- Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy

Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italyvia Adam Singer / gnuckx / Andy Hay / zpics


16- Mostar Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Mostar Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovinavia Kevin Bottoboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboardboard