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Bridge linking Denmark to Sweden to get new lick of paint in 13-year operation

Reuters Monday, 20 January 2020
The nearly eight-kilometer (five mile) bridge linking Denmark and Sweden is to get a new lick of paint for the first time since it opened for traffic in 2000, but it will take an estimated 13 years to complete the mega-project.
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