The most beautiful pedestrian bridges of the world
• The most beautiful pedestrian bridges of the world
See the most beautiful pedestrian bridges of peace, which offers stunning views and delightful scenery.
Peak Walk, Switzerland. This stunning suspension bridge, 107 meters in length, connects the two peaks of the Swiss Alps - Peak Scex Rouge and Glacier 3000 - at an altitude of 3000 meters .... Capture all the greatness of this beauty only by kodak camera. (Photo: DENIS BALIBOUSE / Newscom / Reuters).
280-meter bridge in the form of human DNA - this can only be seen in Singapore. In the evening, an incredible atmosphere bridge Helix gives computer-controlled lights. (Photo: Suhaimi Abdullah / Getty Images).
Rope Bridge Carrick-a-Rede in Ireland, built by local fishermen, extends just above the 30-meter precipice. (Photo: LOCOG / Getty Images).
Bridge Thrift in Switzerland - it is the longest suspension footbridge in the Alps. It is located above Lake Triftsee and its length - 170 meters. (Photo: Urs Flueeler / AP Photo).
Benson Bridge in the United States. 14-meter-long bridge was built over a waterfall Multnomah Oregon. (Photo: Wolfgang Kaehler / LightRocket / Getty Images).
Bridge Henderson Waves Singapore. Undulating 275-meter bridge over the Henderson Road features a very beautiful LED illumination. (Photo: TIM CHONG / Newscom / Reuters).
The suspension bridge, which is called "On the tops of the trees", is located in the Valley of the Giants, in Australia. This wonderful bridge was built to allow visitors the National Park Walpole-Nornalup in Perth could walk and enjoy the canopy of giant eucalyptus trees. (Photo: REX Features).
Gateshead Millennium Bridge, England. It is the world's first tilting bridge over the River Tyne, has been awarded numerous architectural awards. Locals happy to use it for walking and cycling from Gateshead to Newcastle. (Photo: Stu Forster / Getty Images).
Langkawi Cable Car, Malaysia. Located 700 meters above sea level, the curved bridge leads to the top of Gunung Mat Chinchang. From the bridge the length of which is 125 meters, extends exciting view of Andaman sea. (Photo: UIG / Getty Images).
Capilano Suspension Bridge in Canada. Built in 1889, the bridge is located at an altitude of 70 meters directly above the Capilano River, and it seems that lies on the tops of the trees of the virgin forest. (Photo: Rich Wheater / Aurora Photos / Corbis).
Large suspension bridge Kokonoe "Yume" Japan is now the longest suspension bridge in the world. Its length is 390 meters, and height - 173. From the bridge stretch stunning views of the waterfalls and the surrounding Shindonotaki Kyusuikei forest. (Photo: UIG / Getty Images).
The root bridge Cherrapunji in India. This is the most amazing natural bridge in the world, which was made Khasi tribe. The roots of the locals surrounding rubber trees directed in such a way that a strong, natural bridges, which will hold 50 people have formed over one time. (Photo: Amos Chapple / Getty Images).
The bridge of peace in Georgia. Arc-shaped bridge, designed by Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, located above the river Mtkvari in Tbilisi. The design of the bridge was made in Italy and transported to the place of erection of 200 trucks. (Photo: David Sucsy / Getty Images).
Bridge Sonimgo in South Korea. This arch bridge over a waterfall on the island of Jeju Chonchzheen decorated with 14 statues of nymphs who play various musical instruments. (Photo: Jupiterimages / Getty Images).
Nesciobrug in the Netherlands. It is the longest pedestrian and bicycle bridge in Europe. Its length - 780 meters. The bridge passes over the Amsterdam-Rijnkanaal and connect two areas: Amsterdam-Oost and IJburg. (Photo: Richard Wareham Fotografie / Getty Images).
The stone bridge in Spain. The stone bridge is the only road connecting the island of San Juan de Gastelugache to the mainland. Running over the ocean bridge leads to the monastery with a small church. (Photo: Getty Images).
Puente de la Mujer in Argentina. The inspiration for the shape of the bridge, Santiago Calatrava, served as the movement of the pair dancing tango. 160-meter-long bridge is located on the Rio de la Plata in Buenos Aires. (Photo: Diego Giudice / Bloomberg).
Tree Top Canopy Walk, Malaysia. 300-meter-long bridge is located in the middle of the treetops of the rainforest in Borneo. It is equipped with a viewing platform from which you can admire the forest, which is ... more than 130 million years. (Photo: Andrea Pistolesi / Getty Images).
Royal Gorge Bridge in the US. Built in 1929, the 385-meter bridge over the river Arkansas, Colorado, is one of the most popular attractions of the region. Royal Gorge Bridge, 305 meters tall, was the tallest bridge in the world between 1929 and 2001. (Photo: David Zalubowski / AP Photo).
Suspension bridge Tigbao in the Philippines. The bridge looks as if about to fall apart, however, is only apparent. Hanging at a height of 25 meters above the river Loboc, the bridge is made of metal. Bamboo finish - it is only the outer layer of the structure. (Photo: OTHK / Getty Images).
The Rialto Bridge in Venice. This is one of the most famous bridges in the world and a very popular tourist attraction. Rialto Bridge, which is located directly over the Grand Canal, was originally made of wood. The current stone structure was built in 1588 - 1591 years under the direction of architect Antonio da Ponte. (Photo: Manuel Silvestri / Reuters).
Bridge Chengyang in China, also known as a bridge Yongji or Rainy Bridge, was built in 1916 over the river in Linxi Sanjiang region. It is made of wood and stone, and its height is 65 meters. (Photo: REX Features).
Old Bridge in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Built in 1566, the arch bridge is an example of classic Ottoman architecture. During the war between Croatia and Bosnia, in 1993, the bridge was destroyed. The old bridge was restored only in 2004, the year. (Photo: Kelly Chang Travel Photography / Getty Images).
Pont du Gard in France. The Roman bridge, which has stood the test of time, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Built in ancient times, on the banks of the river Gard, a three-level bridge is one of the most famous tourist attractions of France. (Photo: REX Features).