Sky Bridge 721: World’s Longest Suspension Bridge Opens in Czech Republic – Design You Trust

Sky Bridge 721: World’s Longest Suspension Bridge Opens in Czech Republic


The world’s longest suspension bridge has opened in Dolni Morava, Czech Republic. Named “Sky bridge 721” it connects the ridges of two mountain peaks and is 721 metres (2365ft) long and rises 95 metres (311ft) above the valley.








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