There are actually no bridges at all on the Amazon River, unless you count small footbridges built by natives. It would not be difficult to build a bridge, but the need for one isn’t that high. Most of the area around the river is surrounded by dense forest, so there are few roads going throughout. Most of the major cities in the region are along the river, so the river itself is the main transportation. Crossing can be accomplished using ferrys if needed, and putting in a small bridge on the major roads is being strongly considered.
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