The Great Seto Bridge

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Japan Z292-Z301

     The Great Seto Bridge was built on the Inland Sea between 1978 and 1988, and is one of three routes connecting Okayama and Kagawa prefectures in Japan. The total length of the bridge system is 13.1 km. The Tatara Bridge is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world with a center span of 890 m.
     The souvenir sheet commemorating the Great Seto Bridge runs from the northeast at the top to southwest at the bottom, from Honshu to the island of Shikoku. At the top is Hiroshima, at the bottom, Imbari. The pictures show the bridges from the top, one picture for each bridge. From the top of the sheet to the bottom the bridges are the Onomichi bridge, the Ikuchi Bridge, the Tatara Bridge, the Ohmishima Bridge, the Hakata-Ohshima Brige and the Kurushima Bridge.