Located in Southern France, the Millau Viaduct is the tallest bridge in the world. Constructed in three short years, the bridge is an engineering and architectural marvel. At its highest point, the bridge soars 343 meters (1,125 ft) above ground, that's 19 meters (62 ft) taller than the Eiffer Tower!
Point Neuf, Paris is the oldest standing bridge across the river Seine. In 1577, the decision to build the bridge was made by King Henry III who laid its first stone in 1578. After a long delay beginning in 1588, due in part to the Wars of Religion, construction was resumed in 1599. The bridge was completed under the reign of Henry IV, who inaugurated it in 1607.
Paris, Eiffel Tower, by Rhett Redelings. It may not be covered in gargoyles, but I've always maintained the skeletal steel structural work of the Eiffel Tower to be a perfect example of Gotchic architecture.