Glass Bridge Opens to the Public in China
The world's highest and longest glass bridge opened in China over the weekend, and 8,000 visitors turned up to see the architectural feat.
The bridge was designed by Haim Dotan, an Israeli architect. It is 430 meters (1,410 feet) long, and 6 meters (20 feet) wide, according to Yahoo News.
Over the weekend, people posed for photographs on the vertigo-inducing bridge. Favorite poses included selfies against the glass, and mid-air jumping pics.