The glass bridge in Georgia’s Dashbashi Canyon was erected

(CNN) – You probably need a hard drink before you get to this cistern.

A 240-meter (787-foot) long glass bridge with a “diamond-like” box was opened at the center in Dashbashi Canyon, about a two-hour drive from the capital city of Tbilisi, South Georgia. earlier this week.

Built by investment company Kass Group, operating in Israel and Georgia, the main feature, which rises to 280 meters (about 919 feet,) sits on top of the monument. natural, offering panoramic views of its waterfalls and caves.

Made from steel and glass, it took three years to make, with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili attending his official opening on June 14.

Fun levels

This 240-meter-long glass bridge shows the area "bad diamonds" bar, opened on top of Dashbashi Canyon in Georgia, about a two -hour drive from the capital city of Tbilisi.

This 240 -meter -long glass bridge features an unveiled “diamond” over Dashbashi Canyon in Georgia, about a two -hour drive from the capital city of Tbilisi.

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The outer feature of the bridge was its large platform, at its highest point, which is said to be the largest and tallest building in the world. The site has reportedly been listed on the Guinness World Records.

The project, estimated to cost $ 40 million, also includes a zip line, where visitors can ride across the canyon and a “swing” cliff, while it is open. a variety of guest suites close to the site. months to come.

Tomer Mor Yosef from the Kass Group first described the nature of the fence as developed by the canyon itself.

“The goal is to create an important, exciting, and memorable moment that awakens all five of the visitors’ minds and keeps their memories alive,” he told the Sunday newspaper. Georgian Journal last year.

Wonderful bridge

A glittering bridge runs through the middle of the canyon, offering spectacular views of the natural monument.

A glittering bridge runs through the middle of the canyon, offering spectacular views of the natural monument.

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Officials expect more visitors to the amazing bridge on the site, which is considered one of Georgia’s natural monuments.

It comes behind the lowest glass bridge in the world, laid 492 feet above the ground and measuring 2,073 feet in length, opened in the rural highlands of Son La land on the western Vietnam in April.

Georgia’s glass bridge was launched the same week the country released the remaining Covid-19 entry requirements for international tourists, returning to its pre-pandemic border policy.

The news was announced by Georgia’s foreign minister on June 15.

Photo credit: Irakli Gedenidze / Reuters

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