Da Nang, Vietnam can now lay claim to holding the world’s largest bridge in the shape of a dragon. Built to commemorate the 38th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War, the bridge cost $85 million, is about a tenth of a mile long and six traffic lanes wide, contains 2,500 LED lights, and regularly spits fire from its prodigious mouth.

Get on it, NYC. Imagine if the Verrazano had both a bike lane and a fire breathing monster attached.