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Viaduc de Millau
France
Le viaduc en grand depuis le parking de l'autoroute A 75. Le viaduc de Millau est un pont à haubans franchissant la vallée du Tarn, dans le département de l'Aveyron, en France. Portant l’autoroute A75, il fait la jonction entre le Causse Rouge et le Causse du Larzac en franchissant une brèche de 2 460 mètres de longueur et de 270 mètres de profondeur au point le plus haut, dans un panorama de grande qualité et avec des vents susceptibles de souffler à plus de 200 km/h. Origine: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viaduc_de_Millau
Copyright: Michel Malherbe
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Uploaded: 11/07/2012
Updated: 16/07/2012
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