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Vietnam’s Monumental Golden Bridge Is Held Up by Giant Stone Hands

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

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Situated 1,400m above sea level in the tourist retreat of Thien Thai Garden, the Golden Bridge includes 8 spans with a length of nearly 150m.

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

The bridge sits 1,400 meters above sea level, an altitude which creates the illusion of a silk strip hiding in the clouds above Da Nang.

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

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Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Standing on the Golden Bridge, visitors can admire the whole infinite scenery and majestic nature of Ba Na tourist.

Giant Hands Raise Bridge in Vietnam

Check out the promo video below along with some additional photos of this eye-catching bridge in Vietnam.

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