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    Glass-bottomed bridge, you make the rocking world go round
    Glass-bottomed bridge, you make the rocking world go round
    CHINA

    Glass-bottomed bridge, you make the rocking world go round

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    More than 600 thrill-seekers pile onto the world's largest glass-bottomed suspension bridge.

    The 1,470-foot-long bridge sits 715 feet above the ground, and spans two mountain peaks in China’s Hebei province.

    The bridge is designed to sway slightly to deliver an extra thrill.

    It can withstand earthquakes of magnitudes up to 6.0 and wind speeds of up to 23mph.

    The bridge is designed to sway…
    The bridge is designed to sway… Photo: qq.com
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