Cable-stayed Bridges - A Pictorial













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DENMARK

                The Danish Regions:
Capital Region of Denmark (in Danish: Hovedstaden) Central Denmark Region (Midtjylland) North Denmark Region (Nordjylland)
Region Zealand (Sjaelland) Region of Southern Denmark (Syddanmark)  
     
 


Capital Region of Denmark / Hovedstaden


Bornholm Built:
 
Function: Pedestrian bridge at Christiansö
Position:  
  Footbridge at Christians Island, Bornholm, Denmark click to enlarge!
Photo ©: Lars Martin Nilsson, 2000


Central Denmark Region / Midtjylland

Aarhus Built: 1999
 
Function: Four pedestrian bridges across Å-Boulevarden (River Boulevard)
Position: ca 56º 09' 19.00" N 10º 12' 35.66" E  
Footbridge in Aarhus, Denmark   Footbridge in Aarhus, Denmark
Footbridge in Aarhus, Denmark   Footbridge in Aarhus, Denmark
click the picture to enlarge them!
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2008

Herning Built: 1999
 
Function: Pedestrian and bicycle bridge across railway tracks
Position: 56º 07' 50.00" N 8º 59' 26.33" E  
  Herning stibro, Denmark  
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2008

Holstebro Built: 1997
 
Function: Pedestrian and bicycle bridge across Ellebekvej
Position: 56º 22' 05.20" N 8º 54' 56.32" E  
  Ellebekvej, Holstebro  
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2008


Region Zealand (Sjaelland)

Farö Built: 1985
Faröbron
Function: Road bridge between Farö and Falster
Position: 54º 56' 40.00" N 11º 58' 35.00" E  
Faro Bridge, Denmark   Faro bridge, Denmark
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2010

Naestved Built:
 
Function: Pedestrian and bicycle bridge across Road 14
Position: 55º 14' 03.00" N 11º 46' 54.34" E  
  Naestved, Denmark  
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2008

Region of Southern Denmark / Syddanmark

Kolding Built: 1997
 Strandveien bridge
Function: Pedestrian and bicycle bridge across railway tracks
Position: 55º 30' 00.00" N 9º 30' 33.36" E  
  Kolding, Denmark  
Photo ©: Per Wåhlin, 2008