Iya Kazurabashi Bridge (Japan)
The bridge’s center is completely deserted in this photo. Instead, everyone is grasping the rails tightly out of fear of falling.
Tokushima, Japan’s Iya-gawa River Bridge was erected in the 12th century and soars over the Iya Valley and can be seen from miles away. Wooden planks and mountain vines are used to build it.
Image by Kimon Berlin/ Flicker
Even though this bridge has undergone extensive modernization, it is nevertheless advisable to hang on to the railings, even if it is impossible not to.