When you think international bridges, you’re bound to think big, but that doesn’t necessarily make you right.
Just take a look at the tiny Zavikon Island bridge, the smallest international bridge in the world. Located at the US-Canadian border, the teeney overpass is only 32 feet (9.75 m) long and connects two mini islands, serving as somewhat of the primary island’s backyard link.
The entire area is known for hundreds of clustered small islands, creating a magnificent landscape and truly a unique sight. Although it’s often argued whether the bridge is in fact an international one, none can argue that its story is a fascinating one.