World’s top 7 scariest bridges
Mackinac Bridge, Michigan
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Mackinac Bridge is an old bridge constructed in 1957 and is around 26372 feet and is located at a height of 200 feet above water. The main danger of the bridge is the wind that sometime goes up to 30 miles per hour. Apart from this the height of the bridge is also scary enough.
Lake Ponchartrain Causeway Bridge, USA
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It is a bridge that links New Orleans to Mandeville and the fear associated with it is that when you ride across the middle 8 miles of the bridge one cannot see land.
Canopy Walk, Ghana
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Canopy Walk is a bridge that lies in the Kakum National Park. The bridge connects many treetops so that visitors can watch different endangered animals. It is a beautiful bridge but then it I quite scary when you actually walk on it.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, USA
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It is a 23 miles long bridge and is located in Virginia. The fear related to his bridge is that people who are driving on it feel that they will end up in water. The bridge even has scary history due to which many people are reluctant to use the bridge.
Millau Viaduct, France
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This is the highest bridge in the world and lies taller than Eiffel Tower. The bridge connects Paris to Montpellier is regarded as one of the most beautiful and also dangerous bridge in the world.
Royal Gorge Bridge, Colorado
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Until the year 2001 Royal Gorge Bridge was the highest bridge in the world and was a famous tourist attraction for a long time. It also has park, zoos and rides but then in the year 2013 a fire destroyed a large part of it.
Seven-Mile Bridge, USA
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This bridge is located in Florida and I about 7 miles long built at a height of 65 feet. It links Knight’s Key and Little Duck Key. The bridge does not look that scary but then the bridge is located in an area that is prone to hurricanes.