Seyhan Viaduct

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Location
37°00'45"N
035°11'33"E
Country
 Turkey
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The Seyhan Viaduct (Turkish: Seyhan Viyadüğü) is a 470 m (1,540 ft) long box-girder bridge that carries the O-51 motorway across the Seyhan River in Adana, Turkey. The bridge is the northernmost crossing of the river before the Seyhan Dam, just upstream. Completed in 1992, the Seyhan Viaduct was originally built as part of the Pozantı-Adana-İskenderun motorway. Once completed, the route was re-designated as the Adana Beltway (O-50) and has recently been re-designated again, after the O-50 was replaced by the O-51 and O-52.
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