Brush with death: Work started on the engineering feat in October 2007 and the bulk of the work finished at the end of last year
Dizzying: Labourers put the finishing touches to the Anzhaite Long-span Suspension Bridge in Jishou, Hunan, China, this week, just in time for its opening
No jams: It is hoped the bridge will help ease traffic jams which are common in the mountainous area which has narrow, steep and winding roads
Eerie: The bridge, which is lit up at night with 1,888 lights, is the fourth suspension bridge to cross a valley so wide it seems to be connecting two mountain ranges
High rise: The bridge is a key part of the Jishou-Chadong Expressway, a 64-kilometre road which has 18 different tunnels which cover about half of its length"Pengunjung Yang Baik Selalu Meninggalkan Komentar"