This dangerous bridge is built in Pakistan, your soul will tremble

Well so there are so many beautiful bridges all over the world. Which remain the center of attraction for people because of their beauty. But today we are going to tell you about the most dangerous bridge in the whole world.

The world's most dangerous bridge exists in Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan region. The name of this bridge is Hussaini Suspension. This bridge is built over Boric Lake, and is built by connecting this bridge with iron wires and wooden bandages. The bridge was constructed in 1960 by Pakistan President Ayub Khan.

The bridge connects Zarabad and Hussaini villages in Pakistan. Walking on this bridge is no less than an adventure. It was completely ruined by the earth's slide in 2011. After that, the government here again constructed a similar new suspension bridge. It's more dangerous now than ever, with a wooden strip in the middle of it, long distances. And when a typhoon occurs, the bridge begins to shake, which makes crossing this bridge even more dangerous.

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