Incheon Bridge

Incheon Bridge

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The Incheon Bridge is a bridge connecting Songdo and Yeongjongdo. Measured at 21.38km, it is the longest bridge in Korea and is also one of the most recognized cable-stayed bridge in the world. This bridge is designed to withstand winds up to 72m per second and earthquakes up to 7 points in magnitude. There is a memorial hall commemorating the Incheon Bridge. It displays materials such as videos and the business outline of the construction. There is also a petting zoo which has animals like mules, ponies, and asses. There are many viewing points from where the bridge can be accessed.

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