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Puente de Ojuela (Mexico)

The mining community below formerly relied on this bridge for transportation. As soon as we hear the word “pass,” our hearts begin to beat faster than normal.

Puente de Ojuela (Mexico)

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Construction on the bridge began in 1898, and it was officially opened to the public as a tourist attraction in 1991. Pedestrians are the only ones who utilize it these days. Our biggest dread will come true if we become stranded in the middle.