The ‘World’s Highest Bridge’ 1,850 Feet Beipangjiang Bridge, in South-West China Open

Now that’s a HIGH-way! The ‘world’s highest bridge’ standing 1,850 feet above a gorge opens to traffic
Beipangjiang Bridge, in south-west China, links two of the country’s most remote provinces
The impressive overpass has been billed as the highest bridge in the world by Chinese media
It took workers three years to build the enormous structure at a cost of 1.023 billion yuan (£120 million)
China is home to eight of the world’s 10 highest bridges – most of them in rural parts of the country
Source=dailymail.co.uk
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