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The 1812 Constitution Bridge, commonly known as "La Pepa Bridge" is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Bay of Cádiz connecting the city of Cádiz with the Iberian Peninsula, Andalusia, Spain. The bridge, constructed between 2008 and september 2015, is 34.3 metres (113 ft) wide to host 2 lanes in each direction and 3,092 metres (10,144 ft) long, the longest span being 540 metres (1,770 ft). It has the second highest height for maritime traffic in the world (69 metres (226 ft)) after the Verrazano–Narrows Bridge in New York, USA.

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The 1812 Constitution Bridge, commonly known as "La Pepa Bridge" is a cable-stayed bridge that spans the Bay of Cádiz connecting the city of Cádiz with the Iberian Peninsula, Andalusia, Spain. The bridge, constructed between 2008 and september 2015, is 34.3 metres (113 ft) wide to host 2 lanes in each direction and 3,092 metres (10,144 ft) long, the longest span being 540 metres (1,770 ft). It has the second highest height for maritime traffic in the world (69 metres (226 ft)) after the Verrazano–Narrows Bridge in New York, USA.

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