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Bridges go far beyond the sturdy structures you drive across each day. While most bridges we see and travel across on a regular basis are soundly engineered and reasonably safe, not all bridges are alike.And some of the world’s most dangerous bridges (not to mention scariest-looking ones) were intended for foot traffic. But more specifically, we’re going look at hanging foot bridges — you know, the kind that leave you dangling above a rushing river, gorge, or some other bit of nature you wouldn’t want to come face to face with on a fall.
It has survived this long thanks to a group of families who meticulously maintain the bridge by making repairs every year (such as replacing support cables) as a way of honoring their ancestors.
Credit: Rutahsa Adventures (via Wikimedia)Credit: Bob / bridgink (via Flickr)This footbridge crosses the Kotmale Oya, a river in Sri Lanka.
There’s something hauntingly beautiful about it despite (or perhaps because of) its apparent disrepair.
Credit: Anuradha Ratnaweera (via Flickr)Credit: Anuradha Ratnaweera (via Flickr)This addition to our list is thanks to a recommendation from our readers in the comments.
Iya Valley is famous for its gorgeous mountains and the old vine bridges that span some of their valleys and rivers.