The picture says it all, assuming you believe what you’re seeing. This is in fact the world’s longest navigable aqueduct, named the Magdeburg Water Bridge.
It connects the Elbe-Havel Canal to the Mittellandkanal, crossing over the Elbe River and has a total length of 918 metres (3,012 ft). Built with 68,000 cubic meters of concrete and 24,000 metric tons of steel, the bridge was completed in 2003.
|Longest span||106 m|
|Total length||918 m (690 m over land and 228 m over water)|
|Water depth||4.25 m|
|Clearance below||90.00 m x 6.25 m|
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