Visit this Czech mountain resort for the longest pedestrian bridge ever

The world’s longest suspended pedestrian bridge has opened in Czech Republic.

Known as ‘Sky Bridge 721’, it spans a whopping 721 metres and takes 10 minutes to walk across. But you’ll need a head for heights – it hangs 95 metres above the ground.

The record-breaking feat is in the Dolní Morava mountain resort in the North East of the country.

At an altitude of 1,110 metres, the bridge connects the mountain ridges of Kralicky Sneznik-Slamnik and Chlum. Although high above the ground below, Sky Bridge 721 is nowhere near the highest bridge in the world – China’s Duge Bridge at an incredible 565m tall – but when it’s this long you

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