Usually, the bridges you go through are better engineering, stronger and safer. But not all bridges are like this. There are many places in the world where it is not possible to build such a bridge. Rope bridges have been built in many places in the world. They are seen hanging in the air. There are some very dangerous rope bridges in the world. On these bridges, even a person, even from afar, seems to die in passing. Today we are telling you about such dangerous five rope bridges.
Carrick The Bridge Ireland Network
This famous rope bridge is located in Ballintoy, near County Antrim in Northern Ireland. A rope bridge connecting an island has a length of 66 feet and a height of 90 feet. Lakhs of tourists come here to see this bridge. It is believed that fishermen have built rope bridges here since 300 years ago. But it took a long time to get it right. Local climbers rebuilt the bridge in 2004.
Hussaini Hanging Bridge
The Gilgit-Baltistan region of the northern region of Pakistan was a part of the country until 1978. The reason for this is that it is a mountainous area, and there were no roads. People used to walk from this mountain to Rawalpindi. The Karakoram Highway was completed in 1978 when the region was able to connect with the country. But a hundred years ago it was very difficult to travel in the interior. This Hussaini Hanging Bridge was built in Upper Hunza to cross Borit Lake in this area. Although it was long, its maintenance was not done properly.
Vine Bridge Of Lya Valley
One of the Three Hidden Valleys of Japan, the Iya Valley has three old rope bridges. Among these bridges, Husband Bridge and Wife Bridge are the most famous. If you’re afraid of heights, don’t go through them. A 500 yen tax is also required to pass through these bridges. It is said that they were built in the eleventh century.
Kotmale Foot Bridge
This bridge is built over the Kotmel Oye River in Sri Lanka. It looks beautiful in hanging bridges but has not been repaired for a long time. It is built on the Mahaveli, the fourth major river of Sri Lanka.
Inca Rope Bridge or Keshwa Chaca Bridge
People built this bridge by handweaving in the Cuzco Valley of Cuchuan, Peru. Actually, it is made from ropes made of weed. Its length is 118 feet and it is at an altitude of 220 feet. It is built on a fast-flowing river. It is believed that such a bridge was built 500 years ago by the people here. It was repaired every year.