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Architect Feats in Vietnam

Vietnamese Bridge Gets Some Helping Hands

Located in Vietnam's Truong Son Mountains—The Golden Bridge attracts tourists from around the globe. The French colonists used to settle in the Ba Na Hills area in 1919 but it’s now a mountainside resort, which holds a fantasy park and a French village with cobbled streets.

The bridge and structure are located in the Thien Thai garden in Ba Na Hills. It’s 1,400m above sea level, and the bridge incorporates eight spans and extends 150m-long. The hands look like it has been there for centuries. Lobelia Chrysanthemums are planted alongside the bridge like purple embroidery. This bridge opened last June and is part of a $2 billion project to accommodate tourists in the area.


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