Golden Bridge Da Nang is on the list of the most impressive pedestrian bridge in the world

Nga Do
Golden Bridge supported by two giant hands in Da Nang not only cause fever with Vietnamese netizens, but also constantly appear on the social network and foreign media.

Recently, in an article highlighting the world's most prominent pedestrian bridges of the British newspaper The Guardian, the Golden Bridge Da Nang was first named in a series of bridges spanning the structure strange and wonderful in the world.

The Golden Bridge is supported by two giant stone hands on Ba Na Mountain, Da Nang is the latest pedestrian bridge published in the world. Launched in June, the Vang Bridge is 150 meters long and 1,400 meters above sea level, with views of the mountainous landscape, green. The bridge takes less than a year to build and complete.

The article also mentions the Fan bridge at Paddington Basin, London, United Kingdom, was launched in 2014. Designed by Knight Architects, the bridge is hydraulically structured, placing five steel girders spanning 20 m. The real value of the project is that it crosses the Grand Union Canal, Fan is a work of art with the ability to open and close as the propeller of a traditional Japanese hand fan.

Situated just off the Fan Bridge, the completion of the 2004 Thomas Heatherwick Rolling Bridge is also on the Grand Union Canal, one of the most unique bridges in the world. The bridge has a curved design that allows the boat to pass through and extends into a 12 m walkway on pedestrian water.

The Lucky Knot Bridge in Changsha, China, opened in 2006 with a 185-meter-long loop of three red bridges. Designed by Next Architects, Lucky Knot Bridge is inspired by the folk art and infinite structure of the Möbius Strip.

Not created by modern technology, the next name in this list is double deck Umshiang Double Decker. The bridge is made by the Khasi people living in the Meghalaya Gorge, northwestern India, one of the humidest places on earth. It took 15 years to make the present shape, the bridge was built from the roots of rubber trees nurtured for many years to withstand human weight.

The Moses Bridge in Halsteren, North Brabant, Netherlands is special in a different way. The Moses Bridge separates the water into two parts and looks like a small groove sinking into the surrounding landscape. Made entirely of waterproof wood, the bridge is the entrance to the Dutch fort from the 17th century.

Decades of lovers transformed a bridge in Serbia, called Most Ljubavi Bridge - one of the earliest versions of the bridge of love. Legend has it that Nada and Relja have vowed for their love on the bridge. Relja betrayed and abandoned Nada when she was in war in the First World War. Later, Nada died of a broken heart.

The Webb Bridge, with its modern tubular structure, is part of a public art project in the Docklands area of Melbourne, Australia. On the other hand, the Webb Bridge connects Melbourne's South Wharf to the Docklands. The bridge was designed by sculptor Robert Owen and completed in 2003 by Arup, a Sydney Opera House construction company.

In addition, another bridge is also Arup's product, Helix Bridge in Singapore has a very unique design inspired by DNA. A 300 m long bridge completed in 2010, is a passageway in Marina Bay.

The High Trestle Trail Bridge in Iowa, USA is located in the Des Moines River Valley. The bridge has a splendid and unique architecture with illuminated steel beams representing views through a mine shaft, reflecting the history of coal mining in the local area. And as the sun goes down, the glazed steel beams are the perfect time to admire the beauty of this bridge.

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