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UNGARIA - CONSTRUCTIE - CEL MAI LUNG POD SUSPENDAT CU DOUA SENSURI DIN LUME


SATORALJAUJHELY, HUNGARY - DECEMBER 15: Attila Kecskes, head of the building site, carries out a general inspection of the building process of the world's longest two-way suspension bridge, which is expected to be officially opened to the public around April-May 2024, in Satoraljaujhely, Hungary on December 15, 2023. The nearly 800-meter-long structure connects the two points of the city, Var-Hill and Szar-Hill, at a height of 80 meters. The bridge, which will have a glass floor in the central part, is being built as part of the Tokaj-Zemplen Development Programme, with a budget of £9.3 million (HUF 4 billion). The walkway will have a width of 1.2m and descend by 27m at its lowest point, resulting in a 15% steepness at its most extreme. The design of bridge prioritizes minimal physical impact on the landscape, eliminating the need for large pylons. Additionally, the footpath has been crafted to seamlessly blend into the silhouettes of the surrounding mountains. The new pedestrian bridge will later become part of the Zemplen Adventure Park, a fully municipal project. Robert Nemeti / Anadolu
Detalii fotografie
Loc:     Satoraljaujhely, Hungary
Sursa:   Hepta/Mediafax Foto
Fotograf:   Anadolu Agency/HEPTA
Data:   16 Decembrie 2023
Dimensiuni:   5000 x 3327 (3.48 MB)
Cuvinte cheie:
ORIZONTAL CONSTRUCTION SITE REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTIE CEL MAI LU NG POD CU DOUA SENSURI