World's Top New Landmarks

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From skyscrapers to bridges, here is the newest crop of must-see landmarks around the globe.

No. 4 Grand Canyon Skywalk, AZ

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Twelve-and-a-half inches of reinforced glass is all that separates the brave souls who walk this four-year-old horseshoe plank from a 4,000-foot plunge into the Colorado River below.

World's Top New Landmarks

No. 4 Grand Canyon Skywalk, AZ

Twelve-and-a-half inches of reinforced glass is all that separates the brave souls who walk this four-year-old horseshoe plank from a 4,000-foot plunge into the Colorado River below.

National Geographic Image Collection / Alamy
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