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A 439-meter Suspension Bridge Was Built In Krasnaya Polyana
14.10.2014 08:44
A 439-meter Suspension Bridge Was Built In Krasnaya Polyana

A 439-meter suspension bridge located at an altitude of 207 meters above the valley has been built over Krasnaya Polyana in Sochi, as the website reports.

      The bridge opened this summer also includes two viewing platforms offering panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Black Sea coast. As The Telegraph writes, the bridge is made of 740 tons of steel and is able to withstand earthquakes, hurricane wind, rain, snow and ice. In addition, a zip line “MegaTroll” making it possible to ride through the cable 700 meters long at a speed of 90 km/h appeared in the SkyPark.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Sochi Krasnaya Polyana    

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