Al Saray Bridge

Architecture, Special Constructions,
Amara,
2011
  • Planingtime: 2012

Amara is the only Iraqi city situated on three rivers. In order to bring more urban districts together, a new bridge is to combine the banks of the Tigris with each other. The new bridge is likewise to be perceived as a symbol of generosity and hospitality. The vision of the gate to the future as a modern landmark of the up-and-coming city. The cable-stayed bridge has a total length of 342 m and a width of 20 m. The central bridge pier bears the respective 143 long road section with its 22 cables on each side. The column protrudes 47m over the water level of the Tigris.