The Millau (me-you) Viaduct in the Tarn Valley in France is an amazing bit of engineering. It is 336 meters tall, with the longest span being 342 meters. The road bed is about 270 meters above the ground at the highest point. Construction started in October of 2001, and the bridge opened in December of 2004.
The image below (photo by Wolfgang Pehlemann) is a panoramic photo of the bridge from 2019. Click on the image for a large view, and more information.
And of course this bridge reminds me of The Sunshine Skyway south of St. Petersburg, Florida.
Below is a short (3 minute) video titled Assembling the World’s Tallest Bridge about the construction. There are longer, more complete documentaries, but most of them are at least 45 minutes long. They are easy enough to find if you’re interested.