|Victoria Bridge and Albert Bridge|
Since that date may have been built: the Queen Elizabeth II bridge which takes the M25 over the Thames and the Second Severn Crossing are two in the UK.
|Second Severn Crossing|
Probably the most famous is the Millau Bridge in France, designed by the French structural engineer Michel Virlogeux and British architect Norman Foster, it is the tallest bridge in the world. It also has the highest structure in France – one of the piers at 343M is taller than the Eiffel Tower (323M). The Millau has 7 piers and 8 spans. This, I believe, makes it the longest cable-stayed span in the world. Interestingly Wikipedia, in it’s list of longest cable-stayed bridges, doesn’t include the Millau because the others have longer approach bridges which are not cable-stayed.