Third Mainland Bridge

Third Mainland Bridge is the longest of three bridges connecting to the , the others are the and bridges. It was the longest bridge in Africa until 1996 when the 6th October Bridge located in was completed.

Notable Places in the Area

Railway station
Lagos Terminus, also known as Lagos Iddo, is the main railway station of the city of . is situated 1 km southwest of Third Mainland Bridge.

Theatre
The National Theatre, Nigeria is the primary centre for the performing arts in . is situated 2½ km west of Third Mainland Bridge. Photo: Maersk Line, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Arts center
The , Lagos is a major art gallery in , the largest city of . is situated 2½ km west of Third Mainland Bridge.

Stadium
The Lagos is a multi-purpose stadium in Surulere, Lagos State, , which… is situated 4 km northwest of Third Mainland Bridge. Photo: S.aderogba, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
is a neighbourhood of , , in , Nigeria.

is an island and district in . has a Central Business District. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 1.0.

Third Mainland Bridge

Latitude
6.4743° or 6° 28' 27.5" north
Longitude
3.3904° or 3° 23' 25.4" east
Open Location Code
6FR5F9FR+P5
Geo­Names ID
10418811

Also Known As

  • Chinese: 第三大陆桥
  • Chinese: 第三大陸橋
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: كوبرى البر الرئيسى التالت
  • Finnish: Third Mainland Bridge
  • French: Third Mainland Bridge
  • German: Third Mainland Bridge
  • Norwegian: Third Mainland Bridge
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Third Mainland Bridge
  • Polish: Third Mainland Bridge
  • Portuguese: Terceira Ponte Continental
  • Yoruba: Afárá Third Mainland

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