The Golden Bridge in Vietnam

A pair of hands emerging from the trees and holding a 500-foot long pedestrian Golden Bridge has opened in Vietnam. The bridge was designed by TA Landscape Architecture based in Ho Chi Min City for Sun Group, as a walkway between two cable-car stations at the Ba Na Hill Mountain Resorts, in Da Nang near central Vietnam. Although the hands appear to be made of concrete, they are actually made of fiberglass and wire mesh covering the steel supports. To make the hands appear like aged stone, they were decorated with cracks and moss. The Golden Bridge is quickly attracting locals and tourists, and countless images are making the rounds on social media, see more below.

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