Vietnam’s newest bridge is held by a pair of giant hands and it is driving the Internet crazy

Vietnam has gained immense tourist popularity in the recent times. Along with several natural and architectural wonders, the country is now home to a spectacular bridge called the Cau Vang. Translating literally to ‘Golden Brigde’, the structure is now a viral sensation and is gathering appreciation from all over the world.

The awe-inspiring wonder is located in the Ba Na hills near Da Nang in central Vietnam, an area that receives a great tourist footfall every year. The Cau Vang is situated 1,400 meters above sea level and offers majestic views of the surrounding countryside. It is lined with purple Lobelia Chrysanthemums and expands over a length of 150 meters. However, what makes it so special are the gigantic sculpted hands that support it from beneath. The credits of the design go to a company called TA Landscape Architecture, that took only a year to complete the construction of the iconic bridge.

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Commenting on the golden bridge’s internet success, principal designer and founder of TA Landscape Architecture, Vu Viet Anh said, “We’re proud that our product has been shared by people all over the world.” He also stated that the company already has a similar project in the pipeline i.e. to build a silver bridge made to look like a god’s strand of hair that will connect to his existing structure in the Ba Na hills.​

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