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World's largest glass bridge opens in Vietnam!  


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Would you dare walk across it?

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I remember seeing this on a YouTube video, someone had been talking about it and I didn't think they were actually going to build it! I wouldn't be brave enough. Not without something attached to me that would catch me if it broke! lol

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I remember when it was being built how big of a deal it was. I still can't say I would ever walk across it, I have a fear of heights but maybe one day!

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I believe I commented in the other thread that was talking about it being built in saying that I would not feel brave enough to cross it! It looks very pretty though. I just can't see it lasting a long time. 

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I wonder how long this will actually last. I can't imagine that glass would last as long as something like stone or steel but I could be wrong!

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@teresanguyen Glass can last a very long time but because it is glass, I would imagine the weather and water will impact its life in some way. It will not happen right away though. Think of beach glass stones. The water wears it down over 20 or more years. 

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Stunning bridge! I might consider walking it one day but I think I would wait it out for a year or two before going just to be extra safe.

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I think I would walk across it. I mean I can't say I would for sure until I am there seeing it in person. It might be too intimidating for me. 

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