New Bridge In Vietnam Looks Like Its Supported By Two Giant Stone Hands

August 3, 2018

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This is the recently completed Cau Vang ('Golden Bridge') outside of Da Nang in Vietnam. The 150-meter footbridge sits some 1,400-meters above sea level and offers panoramic views of the Ba Na hills below. Oh, and it also looks like it's being supported by two giant stone hands. That's pretty cool. Granted those aren't two hands I'd want to play the hand-slap game (aka slapsies) with, but I'd feel awful if I broke another stone giant's knuckles. Back me up, rock bro from The Neverending Story! "The name's Rock Biter." Listen: unless you can bring Artax back nobody cares.

Keep going for several more shots and a video.

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Photos via NewsExaminer

Thanks to v and Laura F, who agree that stone giant missed out on a perfect opportunity to win The Circle Game.

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