Many of the great monuments left from antiquity — such as the Pyramids and the Sphinx in Egypt, and the Coliseum in Rome — were raised to glorify monarchy and power. But there are other structures from long ago that were built for different purposes. When people began building bridges, civilization took a giant leap […]Oldest Bridges in the World — 24/7 Wall St.
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You overlooked the Inca grass rope bridges. Though rebuilt annually, they date to about 1000. The last remaining one, still in use, will be rebuilt again out of traditional materials in June 2022, as it has been perhaps 1000 times. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queshuachaca