National Unity Bridge

Local namePuente De La Unidad Nacional
LocationDurán, Ecuador

The National Unity Bridge is a bridge complex in northeastern Guayaquil, Ecuador with a length of 2,186 metres. The National Unity Bridge crosses the Daule River and Babahoyo River, which combine to form the Guayas River immediately downstream. The bridge complex consists of four individual bridges: two parallel bridges across the Daule River and two parallel bridges across the Babahoyo River, along with a road in La Puntilla, Samborondón that links each set of bridges. The bridge connects the city of Guayaquil with Durán to its east, and by extension to the highland part of Ecuador. Construction of the National Unity Bridge commenced on 23 March 1967, and the bridge was inaugurated on 9 October 1970.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Unity_Bridge

Coordinates -2°9'31.973" N -79°51'15.569" E

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