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A bridge built in Lima, Peru around 1610 was made of mortar that was mixed not with water but with the whites of 10,000 eggs

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A bridge built in Lima, Peru around 1610 was made of mortar that was mixed not with water but with the egg of 10,000 eggs. The bridge, appropriately called the Bridge of Eggs, is still standing today.

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