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In Vietnam, this surprising bridge seems supported by two huge human hands

A few months ago, we introduced you to our Facebook page a compilation the most unusual and creative bridges in the world. A video watched over 23 million times which shows the creative potential of these architects who dare to push the laws of physics to create ever more crazy constructions. And if we're talking about all of this, it's because we decided today to to make you travel to Vietnam to discover a surprising bridge.

The Cau Vang (Golden Bridge) is an amazing bridge built at Vietnam, in the town of Da Nang. Open to visitors since June last, he offers them an incredible experience: cross a bridge that seems literally supported by two giant stone hands.

This incredible architectural creation spans no less than 150 meters and gives visitors the impression, according to their accounts, of "To cross paradise". The two giant hands have a spiritual connotation, divine, and give the impression to visitors to be guided by a titan of stone. An incredible structure to discover in photo below.

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Credits: Amazing Things in Vietnam

Video: Handy engineering: Vietnam's 'Golden Bridge' has giant support (January 2020).

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