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Third Mainland Bridge

Third Mainland Bridge

 

The Third Mainland Bridge is the longest bridge in Africa and the longest of three bridges in Lagos, Nigeria. There is the Eko Bridge, the Carter Bridge, and then the Third Mainland Bridge, connecting Lagos Island to the mainland. It starts at Owonronshoki and ends at the Adeniji Adele Interchange on Lagos Island. Measuring about 11.8 km long, the Third Mainland Bridge was built by Julius Berger Nigeria and opened in 1990 by President Ibrahim Babangida.

 

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