6x the most beautiful bridges in the world | lifestyle
Neuschwanstein Castle is one of the most beautiful castles in the world. The Marienbrook (Image above), where you have the best view of the royal residence. But especially for the picturesque nature of the Bavarian Forest. Ninety meters below you, the river flows through the Pöllat Strait. Not surprisingly, this is a popular spot for photographers. The first bridge across the strait was built in 1845 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria and is named after his wife, Marie. However, this wooden bridge soon was no longer satisfied and was replaced by a steel bridge in 1866.
Through the rainforests
Capilano Commentary Bridge Vancouver, Canada, is one of the most popular attractions of the nature park of the same name. The original bridge was built over the Capilano River as early as 1889. The current bridge is 140 meters long and 70 meters high and was built in 1956. You walk through the peaks of the Canadian rainforest.
From mountain to mountain
For years, there has been a battle over the longest suspension bridge in the world. In 2017 it was registered as Charles Konnen Suspension Bridge Over the Grabengufer Valley near Swiss Zermatt. The 494-meter long suspension bridge is part of the multi-day Monta Rosa hiking trail that leads directly through the Alps. At the end of 2020, a slightly longer bridge opened in Portugal: 516 meters.
China has more than 2,300 glass bridges. The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge It is one of the biggest. The 430-meter-long bridge, which opened in 2016, hangs at least 300 meters above the ground. The view of the gorge below is stunning. Due to the massive influx of tourists, the bridge was closed again shortly after it was opened for an upgrade; It was built to hold 8,000 people, but the influx was much higher.
High Line 179 It connects the castle ruins of Ehrenberg and Fort Claudia on the other side of the valley. You should not be afraid of heights; The trail is located in the Austrian village of Reut at an altitude of at least 115 meters above the ground. At 406 meters long, Highline179 earned a place in the Guinness Book of Records in 2016 as the longest Tibetan suspension bridge for pedestrians, but was forced to abandon it a year later when Switzerland opened a longer bridge.
The first contact between the island of Northern Ireland Carrick Reed The history of the mainland dates back nearly three centuries. At the time, it was built by salmon fishermen who were less dependent on the weather and their boats to reach the island. Today the bridge is primarily a tourist attraction. Anyone who dares to cross twenty meters with the ocean at a depth of thirty meters will be rewarded once on the island with a view of Rathlin Island. Weather permitting, you can even see Scotland.
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