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Do Look Down on the World's Longest Glass-Bottom Bridge

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The world’s highest and longest bridge with a glass bottom opened to crowds in China's Hunan Province on Saturday. The record breaking bridge is 1,400 feet long and hangs over 1,000 feet above the earth, suspended between two mountain cliffs, offering stunning views of the rivers and forests of Zhangjiajie park.

Added on the 22/08/2016 19:52:04 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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