The taste for mega constructions in China is well known. Not only because it allows them to teach the power of national engineering but also because they create structures worthy of transforming themselves into mass tourist attractions such as the Eiffel Tower or the San Francisco Bridge.

The last mega-construction inaugurated in the Asian country is an elevated bridge 218 meters above a valley and 488 meters long in the province of Hebei. Built by the firm Bailu Group, the presentation ceremony was attended by nearly 3,000 tourists who were able to see in person how it feels to walk on a transparent bridge between two cliffs within the Hongyagu National Park.

With these measures, the Hongyagu is the longest bridge in the world, capable of withstanding earthquakes of 6 degrees of magnitude and hurricanes of force 12 according to the Beaufort scale. Now, what other bridges…

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