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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image of the Arouca Bridge stretching over the Pavia Gorge
The Arouca Bridge stretches over the Pavia Gorge. Image: Arouca Municipality
image showing people standing on the walkway of the Arouca bridge, which is made up of 127 interlocking metal cages
The walkway is made up of 127 interlocking metal cages. Image: Arouca Municipality
A sky view of people walking over the Arouca bridge
The bridge is located in the Arouca Geopark. Image: Arouca Municipality

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