|Crosses||a valley in Vitinya Pass|
|Locale||Vitinya Pass, Stara Planina, 60 km east of Sofia, Bulgaria|
|Design||girder bridge, viaduct|
|Total length||720 m|
|Longest span||60 m|
|Clearance below||120 m|
Bebresh Viaduct (виадукт „Бебреш“) is a girder bridge part of the Bulgarian Hemus (or A2) motorway, located in Vitinya Pass in Stara Planina 60 km east of Sofia, at 650 m above sea level. It was opened in 1985 and was designed by the team of D. Dragoev, P. Minchev and Y. Todorov of Moststroy AD.
The viaduct is 720 m long and has 12 spans 60 m each. Rising 120 m above the ground, it is also regarded as the highest bridge in the Balkans and Bulgaria, with the precast post-tensioned girders being produced at the place and special equipment being used for the assembly. The Bebresh Viaduct is a favoured place for bungee jumping due to its height.
- Bebresh Viaducts at Structurae
- Bebresh Viaduct in the Bridges in Bulgaria album
- Aerial Photo in Google
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