This world-record breaking bridge isn't for the fearful!
The world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge has opened to the public in Zhangjiajie, in China’s Hunan province.
At 430m long and 300m above the ground, the bridge was designed by Israeli architect Haim Dotan. Construction was completed in December last year when the last of 99 panes of clear glass were laid in place.
The results are simply spectacular!
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To prove the safety of their glass bridge staff have hit the panels with sledgehammers, and even driven a car full of people across.
Would you be able to handle a sky-high stroll across this record-breaking bridge?