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Built in 1991 on the occasion of the Universal exhibition of 1992, saves similarity with the Golden Gate of San Francisco. At the time it was the longest Spain.

It is a bridge cable-stayed in the form of fans. Its main span is 270 m, its central Board is 45 metres above the river level to not hinder port traffic. Your height still allows the entry of large ships.

It is the bridge of span greater than Spain, with 265 m. of light between the central pillars.

It has two lanes for sense plus reversible one. At the time was the longest in Spain, with two kilometres in length. It is the highest road in the city, is considered part of the SE-30, since it communicates the knot of the road for Cádiz with Tablada.

Its construction was a cost of approximately 39 million euros.

The director of the V Centenario bridge project was José Fernández Ordóñez.

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