The longest suspension bridge for pedestrians was opened



The longest suspension bridge for pedestrians was opened

The world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge was built in Aruoca Park in Portugal. The bridge named Aruouca 516 is 516 meters long. The previous record was 494 meters.

The longest pedestrian-only suspension bridge in the world has been opened.
Portugal opened a new bridge for pedestrians.
The bridge called Arouca 516 is also the longest suspension bridge in the world for pedestrians.
The number 516 in the name of the bridge indicates the length of the bridge in meters.
Aguieiras Waterfall is the bridge connecting Paiva Gorge, the highest point in Arouca Park, with a length of 516 meters.
It takes about 10 minutes to cross the bridge with the view of the waterfall.
Similar to the bridge, which is 176 meters above the river, are common in Tibet.
The construction of the bridge took three years and was completed in July 2020.
Before Aruoca 516, the title of the longest bridge belonged to the Charles Kuonen Suspension Bridge in Switzerland.
The bridge in Switzerland was 494 meters long.


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