Massive hand sculptures made of stone are the supporting structures for Vietnam‘s new Golden Bridge. Located 1,400 meters above sea level on the Ba Na Hills, the 150-meter walkway was organized by TA Landscape Architecture. A row of Lobelia Chrysanthemum flowers is placed across the bridge, complementing the balustrades clad in gold paint. The project cost approximately $2 billion USD as a way to attract tourists to the nearby Thien Thai Garden, as per The Spaces.
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