Monumental bridges within the inscribed areas (not being aquaducts, that is a separate connection). Bridges must be named, and remarkable because of their length/height/way of construction/age. See also this ICOMOS-study.
World Heritage Sites connected to 'Notable Bridges':
Albi Pont Vieux (originated in 1035)Avignon Pont Saint-Bénezet, medieval bridge commemorated in the song "Sur le pont d'Avignon"Bordeaux Pont de Pierre (1822), a stone bridge in French Classical style and with nineteen arches, more than 500m long.; linkBudapest Széchenyi Chain Bridge, the first permanent bridge across the Danube in Budapest (1849) - "It has asserted an enormous significance in the country's economic, social and cultural life, ... It became a symbol of advancement, national awakening, and the linkage between East and West." (wiki); linkCamino Real Puente de San RafaelChangdeokgung Palace Complex Geumcheongyo Bridge City of Bath Pulteney Bridge (1773, "one of only four bridges in the world with shops across the full span on both sides"), Ornamental Palladian Bridge in Prior ParkCity of Luxembourg Pont Adolphe (1900-1903), "Adolphe Bridge has become an unofficial national symbol of sorts, representing Luxembourg's independence.... In total, the bridge would have a length of 153 m. The plans were audacious for that day and age; at 84.65 m, the central span was to be the largest stone arch in existence" (wiki); linkCocos Island Pancho Bridge; linkCordoba Roman Bridge, built in the early 1st century BC; linkCuenca Puente de San Pablo (iron and wooden construction from 1902, replacing the 16th century original)Florence Ponte Vecchio (1345), a stone closed-spandrel segmental arch bridge & Ponte Santa Trinitŕ (1569), the oldest elliptic arch bridge in the world; linkGrand-Bassam Pont de la VictoireGreat Wall JiumenkouHaghpat and Sanahin
Sanahin Bridge; linkHigh Coast / Kvarken Archipelago High Coast Bridge, a suspension bridge (1997). At a length of 1,867 meters, it the eleventh longest of the world; linkHoi An Japanese Bridge: "There is a fine wooden bridge, reminiscent of Japanese
examples, with a pagoda on it. It has existed from at least the early 18th century, as an inscription indicates, but it has been reconstructed many times." (AB evaluation); linkHortobágy Nine Arch Bridge (the longest stone bridge in Hungary)Ironbridge Gorge the world's first iron bridge (1779)Itsukushima Shrine Soribashi Bridge, the oldest arched wooden bridge in Japan, can be used only by imperial messenger.Kew Gardens The Sackler Crossing; linkMachu Picchu Inca Bridge; linkMehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge Mérida Puente Romano, the longest surviving bridge from ancient times, having once featured an estimated overall length of 755 m with 62 spans; linkMostar Stari Most, a 16th century Ottoman bridge. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years, until it was destroyed on November 9, 1993 during the Croat-Bosniak War. It was rebuilt in 2004.; linkMtskheta Pompey's bridge (according to legends built by Roman legionnaires of Pompey the Great in 1st century BC)Nikko Sacred Shinkyo or Shogun's Bridge (1638), the oldest known cantilever. ; linkOld Town of Lijiang Shuangshi BridgeOporto Luis I's Bridge, a metal arch bridge that at the time of construction it was the longest of its type in the world (172m); Maria Pia Bridge, a wrought iron railway bridge designed by EiffelParis, Banks of the Seine Pont Neuf (1607), a stone arch bridge with two spans; Pont de la Concorde (1791), the most perfect masonry arch bridge by Jean-Rodolphe Perronet; linkPrague
Charles Bridge, a medieval stone bridge adorned with 30 statues; linkRegensburg Steinerne Brücke (1146): this stone bridge opened major international trade routes between Northern Europe and Venice, and this started Regensburg's golden age as a city of wealthy trading families; linkRoute of Santiago de Compostela Puente la Reina, Kingdom of Navarre tourist web site: "the Romanesque Kridge across the river Arga is the most amazing sight of all. It is one of the most beautiful and distinguished examples of Romanesque architecture on the way to Santiago and is what gives its name to this town" Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France Pont Valentré, a fourteenth century six-span fortified stone arch bridge; linkSeokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple Lotus Flower Bridge and Seven Treasures Bridge; Blue Cloud Bridge and White Cloud Bridge "These pair of bridges share the 45 degree incline, arch underneath, and the combination bridge/staircase design of their brother bridges." - wikiShushtar Caesar's bridge, Bridge of Valerian or Shadirwan: an ancient arch bridge, the first in the country to combine it with a dam; built by a Roman workforce in the 3rd century AD on Sassanid order, it was also the most eastern Roman bridge; linkSt. Petersburg Blue Bridge, Lions Bridge, Egyptian BridgeSummer Palace Seventeen Arch Bridge (18th century), a 150 meter long stone bridge resembling a rainbow arching over the water; linkTrier the 2nd century AD Roman bridge (Römerbrücke) across the Moselle, the oldest bridge north of the Alps still crossed by traffic; linkVal di Noto Ponte di San Francesco at CaltagironeVenice and its Lagoon Rialto Bridge, a single span stone bridge (1591), its design similar to the wooden bridge it succeeded.; linkVerona Ponte Pietra, a Roman arch bridge that was completed in 100 BC. The Via Postumia from Genua to the Brenner Pass passed over it.Victoria Falls The Victoria Falls Bridge is a steel bridge from 1905, built over the Second Gorge of the falls. It is on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia.; linkVizcaya Bridge Vizcaya Bridge, the oldest transporter bridge in the world; linkWillemstad Queen Emma Bridge, a pontoon bridge; link