10 MOST TERRIBLE BRIDGES IN THE WORLD

in travel •  5 months ago

Hello everyone some bridges are very old very narrow or very high but this doesn't matter as many of them are worldwide tourist destinations and attract travelers from all over the world and the more dangerous tall and old they are the better in many cases is necessary for locals to cross these bridges. While extreme sports enthusiasts are driven by the desire to have an adrenalin rush. Today we'll tell you the bridges that may scare you to death simply by viewing them here we've got the 10 most unbelievable bridges within the world.

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1 . TRIFT BRIDGE
Trift bridge one of the most dangerous bridges in the world is located in the Swiss city of Bern. It was built relatively recently in 2004 on the initiative of a major energy company which carried out work on the trip. Glacia five years later the first reconstruction of the bridge was carried out initially one of the main problems of the structure was its immense mobility the wind made the bridge swings strongly making the passage across. The bridge is truly deadly and dangerous deed but despite the reconstruction this characteristic of the bridge was preserved the tripped bridge remains the most dangerous and the highest suspension bridge in Europe its width is about three feet and his length is 560 feet nowadays it's a very interesting attraction for tourists but the walks on the bridge were only possible in quiet and windless weather if you dare to climb this fragile bridge you can enjoy an elegant panoramic view of the lake and Italy which is situated nearby.

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2 . CAPILANO
Capilano located in the vicinity of Vancouver. The Capilano bridge is considered one of the most extreme and one of the most attractive bridges on the planet. It crosses a river and is located in a natural area of great beauty surrounded by evergreen forests the bridge which tourists in search of emotions can cross was opened in 1956 its length is 460 feet and the design itself is absolutely safe and can support the weight of 96 elephants at a time. But despite the guarantee of absolute safety crossing the bridge requires great caution because it situated at an incredible height and swings remarkably when walking. If you're one of those who fears Heightseven a few seconds on the bridge can make you feel dizzy and panic. It should also be noted that the Capilano bridge is privately owned so you've got a pacer pass through it annually around 900,000 tourists visit this tourist attraction and next to the bridge in the NationalPark there are many attractions and entertainments in case you need more excitement after walking the bridge.

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3 . HUSSAINI
This bridge located in Pakistan and called Hussaini is an interesting place for extreme entertainment. The problem is that this area is characterized by windy weather and therefore the bridge built with fine ropes and boards is gradually disappearing. The Hussaini bridge is very old even the locals don't remember the exact date of its construction during years of use many boards of fallen and gaps between the remaining parts of the structure have become quite significant because of the huge holes in the icy wind that literally doesn't stop blowing for a minute crossing the Hunza river along this bridge is an incredibly dangerous task. The Hussaini bridge is located near the village at the same name and according to local residents memories at least ten people have died on it.

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4 . CARRICK-A-REDE
Carrick-a-rede located in the British County of Antrim. The Carrick-a-rede bridge has long been one of the region's most popular attractions. The bridge connects the rest of Ireland's are the small island of Carrick which for a long time attracted local fishermen it was them who built this bridge so that they could easily reach the island during the salmon migration and engage in fishing the wobbly rope bridge was only open to the bravest people a clumsy movement could make you lose your balance and cost you your life but over time the fishing areas were used up and the bridge became unnecessary however several years ago it won the contest for Northern Irelands most extreme attractions and a large amounts of money was allocated for its reconstructional though the bridge was reinforced and completed with wooden beams. It's still incredibly unstable and movable each year more than 250,000 tourists visit the building to test their nerves and pay a little money as the entrance to the bridge cost about five pounds.

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5 . OJUELA
Ojuela one of the most dangerous and mysterious bridges on the planet is the Ojuela bridge located in Mexico. The construction of the structure through the deep Canyon began in 1898 and it served as the shortest pass to the city. Where active extraction of precious metals and other minerals was carried out after the construction was completed the oiler bridge remained one of the longest suspension bridges in the world for many years. It stood out for its high strength to reinforce its structure the developers used steel ropes which at the end of the 19thcentury was an innovation the bridge was actively used by the workers and when there were no minerals left it fell into disrepair and was abandoned. Today this high altitude bridge is attractive for extreme sports lovers the passage through it gives a feeling of weightlessness all thanks to the open design of the bridge in its impressive height pointed rocks on all sides and fear so adrenaline accelerates as you walk across the bridge. And this place is also very popular among photographers as the bridge offers a magnificent view of the canyon.

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6 . MONKEY BRIDGE
Monkey bridges in southern Vietnam in several areas of the MekongRiver Deltavery unusual installations are located in appearance they don't look too much like classical bridges so they were given the unusual name Monkey bridges. Contrary to the widespread misconception that they're only suitable for monkey movement bridges to have helped local residents for many years thick bamboo stems were used for the construction of these structures. Which were fastened with ropes to safely overcome one of the monkey bridges the person has to bend over resembling monkeys between these bridges there are short and long rather high and low ones and the only thing they have in common is their peculiar shape. This type of bridge can be destroyed at any time so it's necessary to wear comfortable shoes with rubber soles. Despite all the weaknesses of this type of crossing the opportunity to swim in the murky waters of the river doesn't repel tourists at all but only makes it more exciting.

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7 . U PAIN
U pain more than 150years ago Mayanmer residents built a bridge called U pain. Across LakeTaunton this structure is very different from another suspension and rope bridges in other countries of the world. One of the important design features is the lack of handrails which makes the crossing over incredibly dangerous the height of the bridge is more than twice the height of a person so falling to the bottom of the lake covered with sharp stones can become a tragedy. It appears that local people don't bother with so much threat they move over the extension with tremendous loads and even bikes the length of this remarkable scaffold utilized day by day by many individuals is around three thousand nine hundred and forty feet and obviously like any risky protest the extension is inconceivably famous among visitors there for explorers who need to take fabulous photos of this development should visit this place.

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8 . GHASA
Ghasa located in Nepal. The Ghasa bridge is one of those structures that just takes your breath away just by looking at. It's located not far from the village of the same name and is used to transport not only people but also livestock for local residents animal husbandry has been the main livelihood for many years. So the large number of domestic animals has led them to build a bridge the narrow construction is placed at an enormous height and is also quite sensitive to the gusts of wind that occur here frequently. Over time the passage over the pendulum bridge has become a common practice for indigenous people but not all travelers dare to repeat it but even though the bridge seems rather fragile and swings a lot it's very safe and is equipped with high handrails.

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9 . Q'ISWA CHAKA BRIDGE
Q'ISWA CHAKA BRIDGE this bridge where the name unusual for many travelers is known under a different name. The ropes bridge of the Incas for the first time these bridges were built during the reign of the Inka Empire the secret of the durability and strength of the bridges is very simple. They were built using the strongest vines and sticks that we use to make ropes but despite the fact that before there were even special people who monitor the state of the constructions the only rope bridge has survived in peru which is a hundred and eighteen feet long and passes 220 feet over. The River it's still actively used by local residents and every year in June they carefully repair the bridge for them the passage along the old structure has become a common routine or for tourists it's literally a deadly danger it is necessary to move very carefully along the rope bridge so that it doesn't move the thick strings of the vine instead of the railings. So more for moral support than for actual support if you lose your balance staying on the bridge won't be so easy for when did the danger stop extreme sports fans never, therefore, kiss what shaka is attempting attraction for travelers who want to experiment with unforgettable emotions.

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10 . GLASS BRIDGE
Glass bridge and finally we'll show you the most incredible and scary bridge on our list in the Chinese province of Hunan a glass bridge was opened considered the longest bridge of its kind. The 1410 foot long pedestrian bridge is built as an altitude of 980feet and connects to mountainous cliffs in Jiang Eiichi National Park. Where the film Avatar was filmed the bridge is 20feet wide and the construction of the structure cost 3.4 million dollars the bridge floor consists of 99 transparent plates made of three-layer glass characterized by their incredible strength in general glass bridges are very popular in China. Because of the opportunity to take interesting panoramic photos, they're also used for yoga classes and newlyweds like to do wedding photo sessions on this bridges and you know what all these people probably have nerves of steel because they're on a completely transparent bridge and not everyone can see an abyss well we certainly couldn't.

Now tell us friends have you ever had an opportunity to visit one of these bridges?? tell us in the comments and if you enjoyed don't forget to give an Upvote.

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Good post good luck keep it up ...

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Thank you dear

Hope I would never face any of these

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lol... Why bro? Enjoy the life if you get a chance

Grate post on bad bridges we not travel in these save u r life it's price less

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already done bro. thanks for your comment

@mintu1319 o man they are really so terrible

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@itssahilarora4u yaa. But if i got a chance i definetly visit those bridge!!

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Thanks bro

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Thanks you bro

7th is most dangerous

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Yaa. I think glass bridge is more dangerous

nice place beautiful

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Done good job bro.

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Thank you dear

It is too scary

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yes.thank you for your comment