Giant hands cradle Vietnam, the Golden Bridge
In the mountains of Vietnam, a pair of huge hands lift the new Golden Bridge.
A new bridge in Vietnam has attracted the attention of many tourists because of its unique architecture.
Cau Vang, or the “Golden Bridge”, located 3,280 feet above sea level in Vietnam, Ba Na Hills, pulls tourists from all over due to its unique design, two larger-than-life in the hands of a pedestrian path dressed in gold.
Vu Viet Anh, the chief designer at TA Landscape Architecture, said the bridge was created to evoke the image of “giant hands of the Gods, pulling a strip of gold from the country,” Reuters reported.
The Ba Na Hills saw over 2.7 million visitors last year, according to the report, with mention of the Vietnam ministry of Tourism.
The bridge was opened in June, is expected to be even more tourists to the area.
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