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The longest road in the world to travel



The longest road in the world to travel

The longest road in the world to travel, whether it comes from highways or railways, impresses with it story and how it connects countries that have histories and cultures.

The longest road in the world to travel

Pan-American Highways Pan-American Highway is the longest road in the world today. This is the starting point in Fairbanks (Alaska) and end in Buenos Aires (Argentina). The total distance is about 50,000 km and highway road network actually is not finished. The portion known as the Darien Gap, an area almost completely covered by jungle, over 150 km long, of Columbia, remained unfinished. Cars and passengers are transported along this section of road through craft. By this highway, Latinos can get to know the culture of the far north and north-american.
Trans-Siberian railway longest in the world Trans-Siberian is, undoubtedly, the longest railway in the world. Starts in Moscow goes through the Ural Mountains, continues through steppes and Siberia and stops in Vladivostok city located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Trans-Siberian covering 10 time zones, 87 cities and 16 of the largest rivers are the Volga Ob, Yenisei and Amur.

Plans proposed for VERY ambitious 12400 mile road across Russia that could ...
Britain could be linked with America by road as part of an ambitious project to create the world's longest superhighway spanning half the circumference of the globe. Proposals have been put forward to build the mega route stretching about 12,400 miles ...

The longest road in the world to travel

Road from London and arrive in Alaska Russian authorities announced they will build a major highway for nearly 20,000 kilometers, linking London to Alaska, the purpose is primarily to revive the economy of Moscow, but also the world looked at the "The Independent" in March. Transport Corridor and Trans-Eurasian Development binds Europe and America, according to a plan submitted by the Academy of Sciences of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The project involves the development of a line of high-speed railway and a highway that will cross 20,000 kilometers. Vladimir Yakunin, head of Russian Railways is the one who said, during the meeting held by academics from Moscow, that this highway would link existing transport networks in three continents and could boost the global economy.

Longest Road In The World

(Alternately, you might use it as a guide for where not to go. Bridges are modern marvels of engineering. Spanning over bodies of water, they can stretch for as little as a few dozen feet to several miles, facilitating the transport of vehicles from one place to another without the need to hop into a boat. Some are suspension bridges, knots of wire and steel without bracing underneath, others are segmented, with support throughout. When someone ponders what the longest bridge in the world is, they may want to consider what kind of bridge theyre talking about. The Guinness Book of World Records ran into this semantics issue in 2011, when China finished construction on the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, also known as the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge, near the Shandong Peninsula. The bridge spans an unbelievable 26.4 miles, with 5200 columns supporting it across the way. The bridgewhich took four years to completewas so extensive that it beat the former record holder, Louisianas Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, by over two miles. Said to be earthquake- and typhoon evidence, its impressive structure. But the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway remains important. Its 23.8 miles over constant water, while the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge uses sea tunnels for regions of the construction and comprises multiple lanes.

Because of this, Guinness describes the Jiaozhou since the biggest aggregate bridge on earth, although the Causeway remains believed to be the longest bridge. These are impressive numbers, but if you dont need bridges to be had to navigate within bodies of water, then the greatest bridge on the planet may be that the Dayang Kunshan Grand Bridge in China. Part of a high speed rail system, that bridge stretches for 104.2 miles and supplies train transportation between Shanghai and Nanjing. If a bridge just impressesor terrifiesyou according to it being the greatest bridge in the world with no inherent support, then you might want to explore the Pearl Bridge beginning in Kobe, Japan.

The central part of the 2.4 mile long bridge has 1.237 miles of uninterrupted span. Obviously, length isnt necessarily correlated with the fear element. If your fascination over the greatest bridge in the world is really within that the scariest bridge in that the world, you might want to Avoid pictures of Russias Kuandinsky Bridge. Barely wider than a car and - with no guardrails, its almost a theme park ride, albeit one closed to that the publicleaving just that the very brave to risk crossing it.

Eight amazing facts about roads
Australia's Highway 1 is the longest road in the world, stretching more than 9,000 miles. But Britain could be linked with America (well, Alaska) by road as part of a mooted project to create the world's longest superhighway spanning half the ...

Transfăgărăşan one of the most beautiful roads in the world


On 20 septembrie1974 Transfăgărăşan highway was inaugurated, comprising the longest road tunnel in Romania (887 m), located at the highest altitude in the country: 2,045 m.

Transfăgărăşanul is the most famous road in Romania. Built between 1970 and 1974 as a means of communication between Wallachia and Transylvania, it is called "the way of clouds".

To achieve the 91 kilometers of road were deployed about 3 million tons of rock were 830 works made cross and 290,000 cubic meters of masonry. To achieve tunnel Capra - Balea - the longest in Romania, with a length of 887 m - were excavated more than 41,000 cubic meters of rock. Also, they used 20 tons of dynamite, 3.573 tons of cement, 89 tons of reinforcing steel, 24,000 anchors, 129 tonnes of welded mesh, 14,200 square meters of formwork, 1,750 linear meters of concrete pipes, 4,100 meters of pipe, 50 tons of metallic, 6,900 cubic meters of sand, 6,000 cubic meters of gravel, 3,000 tonnes of chippings and lighting 740 lamps.

Attempt for world record speed on Transfagarasan in August
Fabio Barrone, who last year got a time under eight minutes on the Nurburgring circuit, will be driving a Ferrari 458 at 2,000 meters altitude on the panoramic side of the Transfagarasan. The race will be timed by officials from Tag Heuer and will run ...

The idea of building this road belonged to Nicolae Ceausescu who wanted to provide a strategic road over the mountains, used mainly by the military. Following the invasion of Czechoslovakia by Soviet troops in 1968, Romania was a Red Army Target in sight. By its construction, they could not be passed Fagaras mountains in the area, even using horse.

The building was used by young people enrolled in the military mandatory 18 years, builders civilians and soldiers, peasants and intellectuals, many of the latter that came in communist prisons.

The stories place miners who deal with explosives were kept mounting each other, each 20 to 30, not to be taken by storm and thrown into the abyss.

 Another story relates to a monk named nectar. After building Transfăgărăşan he went by car, a Trabant, to Capra, where he was surprised by an avalanche. He left the car under the canopy of the Goat and he fell on snow, being led by the "wave". They say it has survived, while the machine was found after 6 months when the snow melted.

The fact is that some of those who built "the way the clouds" died in deep chasms of Fagaras Mountains. Official dozens were reported dead, hundreds were unofficial.

Many deaths were recorded in the construction of a dam at Vidaru, in front of which passes Transfăgărăşanul. The dam was built 10 years earlier, following a large flood in 1960. An entire village was submerged under the waters of the giant lake Vidraru then to make way for the dam.Some villagers drowned Cumpăna chose instead to be displaced. People say that many of the remains of houses, including cross on the steeple can be seen when Vidrarului waters fall. Some homes were drowned and a stately villa that belonged to the family Brătianu.

State wants to revamp Romania's high-altitude road Transfagarasan
The National Company for Highways (CNADNR) will contract a study for the modernization of Romania's mountain road Transfagarasan through an open tender. The project, which is worth EUR 680,000 (without VAT), aims to find the best ways to modernize ...





The longest road in the world to travel

The longest road in the world to travel, whether it comes from highways or railways, impresses with it story and how it connects countries that have histories and cultures.

The longest road in the world to travel

Pan-American Highways Pan-American Highway is the longest road in the world today. This is the starting point in Fairbanks (Alaska) and end in Buenos Aires (Argentina). The total distance is about 50,000 km and highway road network actually is not finished. The portion known as the Darien Gap, an area almost completely covered by jungle, over 150 km long, of Columbia, remained unfinished. Cars and passengers are transported along this section of road through craft. By this highway, Latinos can get to know the culture of the far north and north-american.
Trans-Siberian railway longest in the world Trans-Siberian is, undoubtedly, the longest railway in the world. Starts in Moscow goes through the Ural Mountains, continues through steppes and Siberia and stops in Vladivostok city located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Trans-Siberian covering 10 time zones, 87 cities and 16 of the largest rivers are the Volga Ob, Yenisei and Amur.

Plans proposed for VERY ambitious 12400 mile road across Russia that could ...
Britain could be linked with America by road as part of an ambitious project to create the world's longest superhighway spanning half the circumference of the globe. Proposals have been put forward to build the mega route stretching about 12,400 miles ...

The longest road in the world to travel

Road from London and arrive in Alaska Russian authorities announced they will build a major highway for nearly 20,000 kilometers, linking London to Alaska, the purpose is primarily to revive the economy of Moscow, but also the world looked at the "The Independent" in March. Transport Corridor and Trans-Eurasian Development binds Europe and America, according to a plan submitted by the Academy of Sciences of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The project involves the development of a line of high-speed railway and a highway that will cross 20,000 kilometers. Vladimir Yakunin, head of Russian Railways is the one who said, during the meeting held by academics from Moscow, that this highway would link existing transport networks in three continents and could boost the global economy.

Longest Road In The World

(Alternately, you might use it as a guide for where not to go. Bridges are modern marvels of engineering. Spanning over bodies of water, they can stretch for as little as a few dozen feet to several miles, facilitating the transport of vehicles from one place to another without the need to hop into a boat. Some are suspension bridges, knots of wire and steel without bracing underneath, others are segmented, with support throughout. When someone ponders what the longest bridge in the world is, they may want to consider what kind of bridge theyre talking about. The Guinness Book of World Records ran into this semantics issue in 2011, when China finished construction on the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, also known as the Qingdao Haiwan Bridge, near the Shandong Peninsula. The bridge spans an unbelievable 26.4 miles, with 5200 columns supporting it across the way. The bridgewhich took four years to completewas so extensive that it beat the former record holder, Louisianas Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, by over two miles. Said to be earthquake- and typhoon evidence, its impressive structure. But the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway remains important. Its 23.8 miles over constant water, while the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge uses sea tunnels for regions of the construction and comprises multiple lanes.

Because of this, Guinness describes the Jiaozhou since the biggest aggregate bridge on earth, although the Causeway remains believed to be the longest bridge. These are impressive numbers, but if you dont need bridges to be had to navigate within bodies of water, then the greatest bridge on the planet may be that the Dayang Kunshan Grand Bridge in China. Part of a high speed rail system, that bridge stretches for 104.2 miles and supplies train transportation between Shanghai and Nanjing. If a bridge just impressesor terrifiesyou according to it being the greatest bridge in the world with no inherent support, then you might want to explore the Pearl Bridge beginning in Kobe, Japan.

The central part of the 2.4 mile long bridge has 1.237 miles of uninterrupted span. Obviously, length isnt necessarily correlated with the fear element. If your fascination over the greatest bridge in the world is really within that the scariest bridge in that the world, you might want to Avoid pictures of Russias Kuandinsky Bridge. Barely wider than a car and - with no guardrails, its almost a theme park ride, albeit one closed to that the publicleaving just that the very brave to risk crossing it.

Eight amazing facts about roads
Australia's Highway 1 is the longest road in the world, stretching more than 9,000 miles. But Britain could be linked with America (well, Alaska) by road as part of a mooted project to create the world's longest superhighway spanning half the ...

Transfăgărăşan one of the most beautiful roads in the world


On 20 septembrie1974 Transfăgărăşan highway was inaugurated, comprising the longest road tunnel in Romania (887 m), located at the highest altitude in the country: 2,045 m.

Transfăgărăşanul is the most famous road in Romania. Built between 1970 and 1974 as a means of communication between Wallachia and Transylvania, it is called "the way of clouds".

To achieve the 91 kilometers of road were deployed about 3 million tons of rock were 830 works made cross and 290,000 cubic meters of masonry. To achieve tunnel Capra - Balea - the longest in Romania, with a length of 887 m - were excavated more than 41,000 cubic meters of rock. Also, they used 20 tons of dynamite, 3.573 tons of cement, 89 tons of reinforcing steel, 24,000 anchors, 129 tonnes of welded mesh, 14,200 square meters of formwork, 1,750 linear meters of concrete pipes, 4,100 meters of pipe, 50 tons of metallic, 6,900 cubic meters of sand, 6,000 cubic meters of gravel, 3,000 tonnes of chippings and lighting 740 lamps.

Attempt for world record speed on Transfagarasan in August
Fabio Barrone, who last year got a time under eight minutes on the Nurburgring circuit, will be driving a Ferrari 458 at 2,000 meters altitude on the panoramic side of the Transfagarasan. The race will be timed by officials from Tag Heuer and will run ...

The idea of building this road belonged to Nicolae Ceausescu who wanted to provide a strategic road over the mountains, used mainly by the military. Following the invasion of Czechoslovakia by Soviet troops in 1968, Romania was a Red Army Target in sight. By its construction, they could not be passed Fagaras mountains in the area, even using horse.

The building was used by young people enrolled in the military mandatory 18 years, builders civilians and soldiers, peasants and intellectuals, many of the latter that came in communist prisons.

The stories place miners who deal with explosives were kept mounting each other, each 20 to 30, not to be taken by storm and thrown into the abyss.

 Another story relates to a monk named nectar. After building Transfăgărăşan he went by car, a Trabant, to Capra, where he was surprised by an avalanche. He left the car under the canopy of the Goat and he fell on snow, being led by the "wave". They say it has survived, while the machine was found after 6 months when the snow melted.

The fact is that some of those who built "the way the clouds" died in deep chasms of Fagaras Mountains. Official dozens were reported dead, hundreds were unofficial.

Many deaths were recorded in the construction of a dam at Vidaru, in front of which passes Transfăgărăşanul. The dam was built 10 years earlier, following a large flood in 1960. An entire village was submerged under the waters of the giant lake Vidraru then to make way for the dam.Some villagers drowned Cumpăna chose instead to be displaced. People say that many of the remains of houses, including cross on the steeple can be seen when Vidrarului waters fall. Some homes were drowned and a stately villa that belonged to the family Brătianu.

State wants to revamp Romania's high-altitude road Transfagarasan
The National Company for Highways (CNADNR) will contract a study for the modernization of Romania's mountain road Transfagarasan through an open tender. The project, which is worth EUR 680,000 (without VAT), aims to find the best ways to modernize ...



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