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Top 10 Most Scariest And Craziest Bridges In The World

38. Titlis Suspension Bridge, Switzerland
The bridge was opened to the public in 2009. It is located 500 m above the ground, stretches for 320 m and is only 3m wide. Prepare to have your senses befuddled by looking under your feet through the glass planks; at the dazzling whiteness of the Titlis glacier. Its reputation as the “scariest bridge in the world” has kept a lot of tourists from it, but if you’re the adventurous type, this should be the place to go.

47. Sidu River Bridge, China
China is leading the race for the best constructed bridges, and the Sidu River Bridge testifies to the engineering calibre of Chinese builders. This jaw-dropping 1222 m structure passes through the valley of the Sidu River, and is located around 550 m above sea level. It is part of the G50 Huyu Expressway that connects Shanghai with the Chonquing province of China; a route that passes through a breathtaking expanse of mountains and natural scenery. The bridge is held up by H-shaped towers, and is currently the highest in the world.

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