This Bridge in Vietnam is an Architectural Wonder
It's called the 'Golden Bridge.'
While scrolling through your social media feed, we’re guessing you’ve chanced upon Vietnam’s latest attraction.
The Golden Bridge in the Ba Na Hills in Vietnam has caught the attention of many because of its beautiful architecture so we're sure you've seen all kinds of photos—from breathtaking snapshots to fun touristy pictures.
The bridge opened in June 2018 and is 150 meters long. It stands tall at 1,400m above sea level, giving visitors a magnificent view of a lush landscape. Elegant, modern, and well-crafted, the main attraction of the bridge are the sculpted hands that hold it.
According to a feature published on Bored Panda, the construction of the bridge took about a year to finish and it’s part of a $2 billion investment that aims to attract more visitors. Though the hands look like they are made of stone, the design team worked with steel mesh and fiberglass.
Planning to visit the beautiful country of Vietnam, soon? Make sure that a stop at the Golden Bridge is part of your itinerary!
Source: Bored Panda
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
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