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These bridges are utterly bewildering. Why were they even built? The Aiguille du Midi Bridge in France can be reached by using a cable car that will transport you 9200ft up. 
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These bridges are utterly bewildering. Why were they even built? The Aiguille du Midi Bridge in France can be reached by using a cable car that will transport you 9200ft up. 
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The Carrick-a-Rede  in Ireland is 350 years old. Earlier fishermen frequented the bridges now, its mostly travelers who want to experience the area’s incredible wildlife like razorbills, kittywakes, and guillemots...whatever those are.
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The Carrick-a-Rede in Ireland is 350 years old. Earlier fishermen frequented the bridges now, its mostly travelers who want to experience the area’s incredible wildlife like razorbills, kittywakes, and guillemots...whatever those are.
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If you're scared of heights, the Daedunsan Moutain bridge in South Korea is best avoided. From up close, this one closely resembles a ladder and takes you right up tot summit. 
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If you're scared of heights, the Daedunsan Moutain bridge in South Korea is best avoided. From up close, this one closely resembles a ladder and takes you right up tot summit. 
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Langkawi sky bridge in Malaysia which was built in 2004 is a pedestrian bridge 700 metres above sea level. Dubbed as the 'the world’s scariest suspension bridge', the Sky Bridge opened in February 2015 after it was closed for 30 months due to
Langkawi sky bridge in Malaysia which was built in 2004 is a pedestrian bridge 700 metres above sea level. Dubbed as the 'the world’s scariest suspension bridge', the Sky Bridge opened in February 2015 after it was closed for 30 months due to
The Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand is a favourite among adventure enthusiasts. The bridge is a hot spot for commericial bungy jump. Allegedly naked bungy jumping is quite popular here as well !
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The Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand is a favourite among adventure enthusiasts. The bridge is a hot spot for commericial bungy jump. Allegedly naked bungy jumping is quite popular here as well !
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This bridge was built when the glacier below it melted to the point that pedestrians could no longer make the walk across. Located in Switzerland, Trift bridge is one of the most beautiful yet scary bridges that exist.
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This bridge was built when the glacier below it melted to the point that pedestrians could no longer make the walk across. Located in Switzerland, Trift bridge is one of the most beautiful yet scary bridges that exist.
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The hanging bridge in Ghasa, Nepal was built to solve a nearby town’s animal traffic problem and is now used by villagers and animals alike.
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The hanging bridge in Ghasa, Nepal was built to solve a nearby town’s animal traffic problem and is now used by villagers and animals alike.
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 Huangshan in China has declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the mountains here were formed by glaciers about 100 million years ago.
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Huangshan in China has declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the mountains here were formed by glaciers about 100 million years ago.
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 Built using wood and string, the Montenegro rainforest bridge in Costa Rica has all the attractions of a rain-forest under your feet
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Built using wood and string, the Montenegro rainforest bridge in Costa Rica has all the attractions of a rain-forest under your feet
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The U Bein Teak Bridge in Myanmar tretches almost 1,200 meters across the Taungthaman Lake. It is known to be one of the oldest teak wood bridges in the world. 
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The U Bein Teak Bridge in Myanmar tretches almost 1,200 meters across the Taungthaman Lake. It is known to be one of the oldest teak wood bridges in the world. 
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