That didn’t take long.
Just two weeks after China’s Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon glass bridge opened to thousands of visitors, it had to close suddenly, with no re-opening date announced yet.
The 430-metre-long bridge, touted as the world’s longest see-through bridge, is suspended 300-metres above a valley. Government officials shut it to visitors on Friday for an “internal system update.”
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Since the record-breaking bridge opened to the public on Aug. 20, it has received more than 10,000 visitors on a daily basis. According to local media reports, the attraction is only supposed to accommodate 8,000 people a day. Read more…More about Tourism, Zhangjiajie, China, and World
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