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Seto-ôhashi 瀬戸大橋
Big Seto Bridge - Inland Sea 1988


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The Seto Bridge, opened to traffic in 1988, is part of the three "Honshû-Shikoku Bridges Projects". It crosses the Inland Sea and is linking the main island of Honshû in Okayama Prefecture and Shikoku in Kagawa Prefecture. The whole construction contains six bridges and is 9,4 km long overall - the largest bridge is the Minami Bisan-Seto Bridge with a centre span of 1,1 km.


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Seto-ôhashi = Big Setô Bridge
Honshû ~ Shikoku - Inland Sea / Okayama  (2)
suspension bridge / bridges
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Seto-ôhashi
Honshû ~ Shikoku / Inland Sea  (3)
suspension bridge / bridges
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Seto-ôhashi
Honshû ~ Shikoku / Inland Sea  (4)
suspension bridge / bridges

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Seto-ôhashi = Big Setô Bridge
Honshû ~ Shikoku - Inland Sea / Okayama  (5)
suspension bridge / bridges
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Seto-ôhashi
Honshû ~ Shikoku / Inland Sea  (6)
suspension bridge / bridges

J 211 412
Seto-ôhashi
Honshû ~ Shikoku - Inland Sea / Okayama  (7)
suspension bridge / bridges

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Seto-ôhashi
Honshû ~ Shikoku  (8)
suspension bridge / bridges
J 211 410
Seto-ôhashi
Inland Sea / Okayama  (9)
 suspension bridge / bridges

J 211 417
Seto-ôhashi
Inland Sea / Okayama  (10)
suspension bridge / bridges
J 211 401
Seto-ôhashi
Inland Sea / Okayama  (11)
suspension bridge / bridges

J 211 402
Seto-ôhashi
Inland Sea / Okayama  (11)
suspension bridge / bridges
J 211 408
Seto-ôhashi
Inland Sea / Okayama  (12)
suspension bridge / bridges