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You can now jump off the world’s longest suspension bridge and live to tell about it

For readers suffering from acrophobia, do yourself a favor and stop reading now. The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge, measuring 1,800-foot-long, has opened at the Sochi National Park in Russia. It took two years, 740 tons of metal and 2,000 cubic meters of concrete for its completion, enabling visitors to enjoy the picturesque view of the park. If merely walking that stupendous stretch in mid-air doesn’t give you the kick, adrenaline junkies can opt to bungee jump off the bridge. That should do it as the immense drop is 650-feet in height.

Via Design Taxi

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Kenny lives in Singapore and was a multi-hyphenated brand consultant-strategic marketeer-PR practitioner before he realised he is even better at not doing much. He now spends his time not thinking about it and tries to do as little as possible. He is Piscean, if that helps.

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