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10 interesting bridges timeline in a fun online history learning game.

"History of Bridges Game" is a small knowledge level game, to sort 10 bridges chronologically. Free online game for desktop computers, laptops and tablets, which may be played in the web browser. History game about the bridge architecture through the years, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Minute to win it game.

This fun history class game include the following bridges:
  • Wooden bridge
  • Stone bridge
  • Rialto Bridge Italy
  • Iron bridge
  • The Brooklyn Bridge USA
  • Tower Bridge UK
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Australia
  • Danube Bridge Bulgaria
  • Concrete Bridge
  • Samuel Beckett Bridge Ireland
History of Bridges Game Picture

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How to play History of Bridges Game.

There are 10 bridges, situated on the top of the screen. Drag and drop them in the correct location on teh timeline. If dropped incorrectly, the pictures will go back to their original place. There is a small counter to the bottom right. It is, as always, used only for evaluation in fun classes.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know at least 2 famous bridges and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Medium.
Gameplay movie on YouTube.

History of Bridges Game Screenshot

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Class subject: History of Bridges.

Very first bridges are dating to the Greek Bronze Age (13th century BC). Several intact arched stone bridges from the Hellenistic era can be found in the Peloponnese. The greatest bridge builders of antiquity were the ancient Romans. The Romans built arch bridges and aqueducts that could stand in conditions that would damage or destroy earlier designs. Some stand today. An example is the Alcantara Bridge, built over the river Tagus, in Spain. The Romans also used cement, which reduced the variation of strength found in natural stone. Here are the included in the game bridges:

1. Wooden bridge - 1500 BC
2. Stone bridge - 600 AD
3. Rialto Bridge Italy 1591
4. Iron bridge - 1781 AD
5. The Brooklyn Bridge NY - 24, 1883
6. Tower Bridge UK june 30, 1894
7. Sydney Harbour Bridge Australia 19 January 1932
8. Danube Bridge Bulgaria 20 June 1954
9. Concrete Bridge - 1960 AD
10. Samuel Beckett Bridge - Dublin, Ireland 10 December 2009

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Rialto Bridge jpg
Iron bridge jpg
Brooklyn Bridge jpg
Tower Bridge jpg
Sydney Harbour Bridge jpg

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