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Pedestrian Bridge in Sochi Can Enter the Guinness Book of Records
26.09.2013 14:19
Pedestrian Bridge in Sochi Can Enter the Guinness Book of Records

The builders of the Extreme Park in Sochi which is unique for Russia started to stretch the ropes of the pedestrian bridge, which now claims to be the longest bridge in the world. The construction with the length of 440 m is built over a mountain gorge in Adler District at a height of 220 meters.

      The authors of the project have already applied for the inclusion of the bridge over the Mzymta River into the Guinness Book of Records as the longest suspension pedestrian bridge in the world.

      Its model passed the preliminary test in a wind tunnel with the seismic load of nine points before its assembly. The bearing of the bridge made of metal work will become a viewing platform of the highland park of extreme entertainment. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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