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Fyksesund Bridge

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Carries  7
Locale  Kvam, Norway
Width  1 lane
Opened  1937
Location  Kvam
Material  Concrete
Crosses  Fyksesund
Design  Suspension bridge
Longest span  230 metres (750 ft)
Total length  344 m
Bridge type  Suspension bridge
Cross  Fyksesund
Fyksesund Bridge
Similar  Randøy Bridge, Folda Bridge, Alversund Bridge, Kjellingstraumen Bridge, Hagelsund Bridge

The Fyksesund Bridge (Norwegian: Fyksesundbrua) is a suspension road bridge that spans the Fyksesund fjord on the road that goes between the villages of Øystese and Ålvik in the municipality of Kvam in Hordaland county, Norway. The bridge is 344 metres (1,129 ft) long and the largest span is 230 metres (750 ft). The bridge was opened on 9 October 1937 by the Norwegian crown prince Olav.

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Fyksesund Bridge Wikipedia


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