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FRANCE - MILLAU Viaduct
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Early drafts of plots conducted in 1987 at the end of construction in December 2004, seventeen years of study and work were needed for the missing link of the A75 road on the day. The Millau viaduct, some do not hesitate to call the Pont du Gard in the twenty-first century is the culmination of a multitude of steps. For each one, rigor, precision and professionalism were the key words. All conditions necessary to bring this exceptional work in the record books.

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Caricate: 17/07/2011
Aggiornato: 14/07/2014
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