Daredevil workers were putting the finishing touches to the Anzhaite Long-Span Suspension Bridge in Jishou, Hunan, China as it opens to the public
At more than 1,000 feet above ground level, one worker risked a brush with death as he swept debris from the modern marvel.
The construction stands 1,102 feet up and 3,858 feet across the Dehang Canyon, making it both the highest and longest suspension bridge in the world.
Work began on the incredible structure in October 2007 and the majority of the labor was finished at the end of last year.
The sky-high road bridge links two tunnels and was designed to ease traffic in the Jishou area. It will be illuminated at night with 1,888 lights.
Pedestrians with a head for heights can also walk along a special path under the road.
China also as the longest bridge in the world, the Danyang Kunshan Grand Bridge which is just over 100miles long. That bridge was built two years ago to carry the Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway.
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