The world’s longest suspension bridge opens in the Czech Republic -by Ecork

The world’s largest suspension bridge opened in the Czech Republic for tourists

The world’s largest suspension bridge opened in the Czech Republic for tourists and its photos spread on social media.

The bridge, which has been under construction for nearly two years, officially opened on Friday. It was called “Sky Bridge 721”. The trail promises stunning views of the cloud-covered Jesenky Mountains, as well as an exciting but slightly intimidating experience.

The bridge connects two mountain ridges and hangs 95 meters (312 ft) above a valley and can be reached by cable car. It is 721 meters or 2,365 feet long. Tourists will enter it at an altitude of 1125 meters and exit at a height of 10 meters.

It will be a one-way walk for visitors visiting the bridge. Exiting from the other side, they will step on a paved path in a forest where visitors will learn about Czech history.

The holiday resort, where this bridge is located, said the 1.2-meter-wide bridge is open to children of all ages and heights, but is not suitable for people using wheelchairs or wheelchairs.

According to local media reports, the cost of the suspension bridge is 200 million crowns, equivalent to 8.4 million dollars.

The Sky Bridge in the Czech Republic is 154 meters longer than the Baglung Parbat pedestrian bridge in Nepal, which currently holds the Guinness Book of Records for the longest pedestrian suspension bridge.

Sky Bridge 721 is approximately two and a half hours’ drive from the Czech capital, Prague.

The Czech Republic is a landlocked country located in central Europe. It shares borders with Austria in the south, Germany in the west, Poland in the northeast, and Slovakia in the southeast.

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