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Fascinating Destinations 7 scariest bridges from around the world

There are some spooky sights from different places around the world, and these bridges are some of the finest examples.

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Eshima Ohashi Bridge


1. Pakistan; Deosai Bridge:

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Deosai Bridge



This bridge, made entirely out of wood covers gravel, asphalt and rivers. It runs at an altitude of about 13,500ft above sea level.

2. Cambodia; Bamboo Bridge:

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Bamboo Bridge



This little bridge is the only connection between the city of Kampong Chong, Cambodia and a nearby island. The bridge is only useful during dry months, during the wet months, the people have to make do with boats. 

3. China; Shiniuzhai Bridge:

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Shiniuzhai Bridge



This Suspension Glass Bridge is located in Shiniuzhui National Geological Park, China. The bridge is definitely not for you if you suffer from vertigo. The floor of the bridge is made of glass and you can see through all of the 590 ft below you as you pass. 

4. Switzerland; Titlis Cliff Walk:

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Titlis Cliff Walk


This bridge is the highest suspension bridge in all of Europe. The bridge is safe, it suspends 1,500ft above a glacier, which is enough to churn any one's stomach.

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5. Costa Rica; Quepos Bridge:

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Quepos Bridge



This bridge is literally nicknamed 'The Bridge of Death', which tells you all you need to know. The bridge is so narrow that it allows for only one way traffic at a time. 

6. USA; Lake Ponchartrain:

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Lake Ponchartrain



Spanning 24 miles, this is the longest bridge in the world. It links New Orleans to Mandeville, Louisiana. The bridge is so long that for most of the time you spend on it, you don't see land at all.

7. Japan; Eshima Ohashi Bridge:

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Eshima Ohashi Bridge



This bridge connecting Matsue to Sakaiminato in Japan seems to be more of a rollercoaster.

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