Tuesday, January 31, 2012

10 Bridge World's Scary!

executive summary by darmansjah

Several bridges in the world's most dangerous is intended only for walking. This is what is called a rope suspension bridge and you can find an assortment of these bridges in countries such as India, Malaysia, Philippines, New Zealand, Pakistan, Nepal, and the interior of some other country.

A bridge can be dangerous for various reasons either because it can be very old, narrow, too high, above the river quickly or if the wood floor is lost. What made the bridge dangerous is that although the condition of the bridge, they are used for various purposes. This is used as a path or even the only way for residents of a small village or a tourist to reach a major city. Among all the most popular bridge is a suspension bridge follows.

One of the bridges of the most frightening and dangerous in the world is-Hussaini Borit above the water flow of Lake Bridge in Hunza Pakistan. There is absolutely no safe way but it is actually used regularly by people trying to travel to major cities in northern Pakistan from one village to another. This bridge is very old, foundation board had already disappeared in part, is very narrow, and high above the lake. If you're looking for extreme sensations then this bridge may be fun for you, but for the majority of visitors and locals alike this bridge is really scary but there is no other choice. It is not known exactly how many people might have been the victim of emergency temporary bridge structure is dangerous, but the data recorded more than enough.

Hanging Bridge of Ghasa, Nepal

This bridge has been made because of the need and the hope of eliminating congestion in the city because the cattle constantly walking up and down the narrow road, villagers in Nepal developed a hanging bridge from Ghasa, the suspension bridge is very long and scary, to help reduce the density and a cross. This bridge is used by local people and animals every day so it might be used on bridges shaky and dilapidated state. It is quite a record number injured is quite high and judging from this photo, causing risk of injury to a very high mortality, or kill living things that cross this bridge if they fall

Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado, USA

Construction of the Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado (USA) referred to as the world's largest suspension bridge that was built on June 5, 1929. bridge has a height ranging from 1,053 ft (321 meters) above the ground which stretches along 1270 meters. The bridge was built with funds $ 350,000, weighing about 1,500 tons and the current cost can easily exceed $ 15 million. Keeping the old bridge is not an easy matter either-way itself is made from 1270 deck boards; and need care around 250 are replaced each year.

Suspension bridge is famous throughout the world. This bridge is not established for the purpose of transportation, but built with the intention that they will act as a tourist attraction. This continues to be one of the most visited tourist attractions in Colorado since its opening. Royal Gorge Route Railroad runs under the bridge along the bottom of Royal Gorge. Walking on this bridge makes us breathless to reach the edge of one side to the edge of the bridge just opposite.

Danyore Suspension Bridge of Gilgit, Pakistan

Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge, Northern Ireland

National Park Bridge, Malaysia

Arenal Hanging Bridges, Costa Rica

Hanging Bridge at Trift Glacier, Switzerland

Canopy Walk in Kakum Nat’l Park, Ghana

Capilano Suspension Bridge, Canada

Capilano Suspension Bridge, located in British Columbia, Canada was originally built in 1889 by George Grant Mackay, a Scottish civil engineer and the parks commissioner for Vancouver. This bridge stretches 450 feet (137m) and 230 feet (70 m) above the Capilano River, the construction of this bridge has experienced several delays. The bridge was completely rebuilt in 1956 after several modifications.

This is a major tourist attraction. long suspension bridge and a very high has been very interesting to pose an extreme fear of heights. This bridge is considered as the oldest tourist attraction in Vancouver. Co-developed the beautiful scenery here, but the sheer incredible awesome and frightening.

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