|Original name||Viaduc des Fades|
|Sted||Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne, France|
|Clearance below||92 m|
|Longest span||144 m|
The Fades Viaduct is a railway bridge crossing the River Sioule in Puy-de-Dôme in France.
The construction of the bridge started in 1901 and in 1909 the bridge was opened. When the bridge opened it was the highest bridge in the world. The bridge is 133 meters high from the bottom of the valley and the bridge tower is 92 meters high and the size is equivalent to a tennis court.