Hirado Bridge

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Hirado Bridge
平戸大橋 (Hirado Ō-hashi?)
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Coordinates 33°21′24″N 129°34′20″E / 33.35667°N 129.57222°E / 33.35667; 129.57222Coordinates: 33°21′24″N 129°34′20″E / 33.35667°N 129.57222°E / 33.35667; 129.57222
Carries Japan National Route 383
Locale Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan
Characteristics
Design Suspension bridge
Material Steel
Total length 665 metres (2,182 ft)
Longest span 465.5 metres (1,527 ft)
History
Opened 1977
Hirado Bridge is located in Japan
Hirado Bridge
Hirado Bridge
Location in Japan

The Hirado Bridge (平戸大橋 Hirado Ō-hashi?) is a suspension bridge in Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. It connects the islands of Hirado and Kyūshū. Completed in 1977, it has a main span of 465.5 meters and total length of 665 m. From April 1, 2010, no fee is required to pass the bridge.

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