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File:Viaduc-Millau Pile-P2 Eiffel.svg


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44° 4′ 58.99″ N, 3° 1′ 25.58″ E

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Français : Elévation comparative de la pile P2 du viaduc de Millau (France), la plus haute pile de pont au monde, avec la Tour Eiffel (Paris).
English: height diagram comparing the highest Pier (P2) of the Millau Viaduct in France with the Eiffel Tower
Deutsch: Höhenvergleich zwischen dem höchsten Brückenpfeiler (P2) des Viaduc de Millau (Frankreich), dem höchsten Brückenpfeiler der Welt, mit dem Eiffelturm (Paris).
Date 26 February 2009
Source self-made from a schema in "Le viaduc de Millau-Midi Libre-Centre Presse - juin 2004" and photos
Author Roulex_45


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