The bridge as seen from the Fjärdskäret skerry
|Carries||Finnish regional road 724|
|Maintained by||Finnish Road Administration|
|Designer||Insinööritoimisto Suunnittelu-Kortes AEK Oy|
|Total length||1,045 m (3,428 ft)|
|Width||12 m (39 ft)|
|Height||82.5 m (271 ft)|
|Longest span||250 m (820 ft)|
|Clearance below||26 m (85 ft)|
The Replot Bridge (Swedish: Replotbron; Finnish: Raippaluodon silta) is a cable-stayed tuftform bridge connecting the island of Replot with the mainland in Korsholm, near Vaasa, Finland. It is 1,045 metres (3,428 ft) long and the longest bridge of Finland. Two supporting pylons are both 82.5 m (271 ft) high.
The bridge was inaugurated 27 August 1997 by the president of Finland Martti Ahtisaari.
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