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World's 'longest pedestrian suspension' bridge opens in Portugal

The 516 Arouca bridge is 516-metres-long. Image: Arouca Municipality

James Parkes

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The Arouca Bridge stretches over the Pavia Gorge. Image: Arouca Municipality
The walkway is made up of 127 interlocking metal cages. Image: Arouca Municipality
The bridge is located in the Arouca Geopark. Image: Arouca Municipality
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