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New Pedestrian Bridge In Adler
29.08.2014 01:11
New Pedestrian Bridge In Adler

A pedestrian bridge 439 meters long was commissioned in the skypark located in Adler District of Sochi.

      “The pedestrian bridge 439 meters long and weighing 120 tons was built for the skypark located at an altitude of 218 meters above the mountain river Mzymta in Adler District of Sochi” - the press-service of the skypark reported.

      The interlocutor of the agency noted that the bridge is supported by eight metal cables weighing 700 tons. “It is the world’s longest suspension pedestrian bridge that has become part of a unique adventure high-altitude park provided within the program of developing Sochi as a mountain resort” - the spokesman of the press service stressed. According to his words, the bridge was designed so that it can withstand a very strong earthquake and the simultaneous presence of three thousand people on it.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Adler     

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