A bridge is a quite simple construction (in theory, of course) connecting two distant ends of the land or forming a river crossing. However, in the case of these structures, health and safety was not a priority.
Luckily today’s bridges are built with great attention to user safety and resistance to all elements. However, the following examples are usually a denial of high construction standards.
#10 Cầu Khỉ Is a “Monkey Bridge” Uniquely Vietnamese & Traditional. Requires Extraordinary Skill During the Crossing
#9 Winding and Dangerous Path Leads to Malaysian Langkawi Sky Bridge, but in Recent Years an Elevator Has Also Been Installed
#8 Hussaini Hanging Bridge Definitely Does Not Convince You to Walk!
#7 Seven Mile Bridge in Florida Looks Very Modern, but During a Storm, It Is Better Not to Walk on It…
#6 the Bridge Over the Vitim River Is Usually Very Slippery Because of the Ice, and Falling Into the River Can End Tragically
#5 the Ojuela Bridge in Mexico Has Not Been Preserved Since Its Foundation in 1892, but in Recent Years Efforts Have Been Made to Save the Historic Bridge
#4 Cloud Bridge on Mount Daedunsan in South Korea Rises Above a Narrow Canyon and Likes to “Swing” During Gusts of Wind
#3 the Quepos Bridge Is Tight, Destroyed and Leads Across a River… Full of Crocodiles
#2 Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge Is Suspended 30 Meters From Sharp Rocks
#1 the Titlis Cliff Walk Was Built at an Altitude of 3000 Meters and Was Hailed as “the Most Horrifying Bridge in the World”.
And a bridge beyond all security categories… Garhi Dupatta, Pakistan
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