Sky Bridge 721, The World’s Longest Suspended Pedestrian Bridge, Just Opened In Czech Republic

The bridge is 2,365 feet (721 meters) long and hangs 311 feet (95 meters) above a valley between two mountains, suspended by six main suspension cables and 60 wind ropes.

Construction of the Sky Bridge took about two years and cost about $8.3 million.

Some opponents are concerned that the bridge is too large and intrusive, while others fear that it will lead to overcrowding of visitors in Dolni Morava, a community of fewer than 500 people.

Officials from the Czech tourism industry, on the other hand, claim that the pedestrian bridge is intended to do just that: Attract visitors.

A maximum of 500 people will be allowed on

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