Cau Vang Bridge, Vietnam
"We build too many walls and not enough bridges." – Sir Isaac Newton
The Cau Vang Bridge in Vietnam seems like something from another world or another time. Suspended 4,600 feet above sea level, the bridge combines eight sections and stretches 500 feet long. The hands appear weathered as if constructed centuries ago. As you walk along the bridge, you have uninterrupted views of the rolling Truong Son Mountains. The massive scale of the bridge is truly inspiring, and the hands seem to symbolize a peace offering to the mountains. A bridge of understanding, perhaps!
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