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The Immortal Bridge ( China )
Mount Tai in the Shandon Province of China has had cultural and religious significance for thousands of years.
This Bridge is composed of three huge rocks and several smaller ones. Below it is a valley and to the south is a seemingly bottomless abyss.
The Old Bridge of Konitsa ( Greece )
This centuries - old bridge in Greece spans the river Aoos, which is full in winter. If you look carefully to the right under the top of the bridge, you can see a small bell.
Villagers say that when there is enough wind to make the bell sound, it is too dangerous to cross the bridge.
The Carrick - a - Rede Rope Bridge ( Ireland )
Carrick - a - Rede Rope Bridge is a rope suspension bridge near Ballintoy, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. The bridge links the mainland to the tiny Carrick Island.
The site is owned and maintained by the National Trust, spans twenty metres and is thirty metres above the rocks below.
Royal Gorge Bridge ( Colorado )
The Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction near Cañon City, Colorado, within a 360 - acre theme park.
The bridge deck hangs 955 feet ( 291 m ) above the Arkansas River
Inca Rope Bridge ( Inca Empire, Peru )
Inca rope bridges were simple suspension bridges over canyons and gorges ( pongos ) to provide access for the Inca Empire.
Bridges of this type were suitable for use since the Inca people did not use wheeled transport - traffic was limited to pedestrians and livestock.
Pulau Langkawi's Suspended Bridge ( Malaysia )
This sky bridge spans around the gorge on Pulau Langkawi, which is the largest island in the Langkawi archipelago, Malaysia. It's suspended at 687 m above sea level, offering magnificent views of the Andaman Sea and Thailand's Tarutao Island.
Puente de Ojuela ( Mexico )
Ojuela was a small mining settlement located northwest of the city of Durango, Durango, in northern Mexico. The settlement is now well known as a ghost town as a result of the mineral ore being exhausted.
The only surviving and functional structure is a suspension bridge.
Hussaini Hanging Bridge ( Pakistan )
Known as the most dangerous bridge in the world, the Hussaini Hanging Bridge is only one of many precarious rope bridges in Northern Pakistan.
For most of the citizens, the only way to travel was by walking across mountain passes to Rawalpindi.
Vitim River Bridge ( Siberia )
This broad river is the Vitim River in Siberia, Russia. The bridge that's provided to get you across is made of wood and not in a very good condition.
Bryce Canyon's Natural Bridge ( Utah, US )
Natural Bridge, the most popular arch in Bryce Canyon, is located 1.7 miles past Fairview Point and is visible from the Natural Bridge turn - out.
Even though the natural-made structure looks like a bridge, it is in fact an arch.