Jacques Chirac has inaugurated the tallest viaduct in the world in southern France, hailing the work as a symbol as a new flagship of French civil engineering. The largest of...

Jacques Chirac has inaugurated the tallest viaduct in the world in southern France, hailing the work as a symbol as a "new flagship of French civil engineering".

The largest of the Viaduc de Millau‘s seven pillars, rising 1,130ft, stands higher than the Eiffel Tower. It was designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster.

Viaduc de Millau Site

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