Question: Where can you find the world’s smallest drawbridge?
The answer is: Bermuda
Bermuda’s Somerset Bridge connects the southern tip of Somerset Island to the country’s mainland. With an opening of about 22 inches, it’s the world’s smallest drawbridge — just wide enough to let the mast of a sailboat pass through. Although a bridge has been in the location since the 1600s, these days the bridge is more a historic curiosity than a functional drawbridge.