Vietnam's Golden Bridge looks like it's 'held in the hands of gods'

China Plus Published: 2018-08-02 14:09:48
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Cau Vang, or "Golden Bridge," is a glimmering 150-meter-long walkway high above the cliffs on Ba Na Hills near Danang in Vietnam. Photos of the bridge have gone viral thanks to its unique support structure: two giant concrete hands. Since the walkway opened to the public in early June, it has attracted the attention of tourists from around the world, and has been dubbed "a bridge in the hands of gods." Photo taken on Tuesday, July 31, 2018 shows visitors walking on the bridge.[Photo: VCG]

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