The highest and longest bridge is located in China

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In Zhangjiajie, a scanic national park there is the longest and highest suspended glass bridge in the world. Its length is 400 meters.
The bridge extends between two cliffs at a height of over 300 meters above the ground. The total length of the structure is 430 and the width - 6 meters. The bridge was designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan. It is capable of withstanding 800 people.
The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

The longest and highest glass-bottom bridge in the world to open in China

Tags: structure design cliff glass Haim Dotan Zhangjiajie bridge architecture
Posted by creoflick 5 years, 11 months ago from: http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/18/travel/zhangjiajie-glass-bridge/index.html

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