Istanbul’s 3rd bridge linking Europe and Asia opened

Third bridge linking the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge — which is located in Bosphorus and named after early 16th century Ottoman Sultan Selim I, whose rule marked the expansion of the burgeoning world power in the Middle East — is projected to be the widest bridge in the world, measuring 60 meters in width and housing 8 motorway lanes. The bridge is 1.4 kilometers (0.9 mile) long, 59 meters wide and boasts eight road lanes as well as two rail lines.

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