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House Known as the Dr. Seuss House (Willow, Alaska)

Willow, Alaska - "The “Dr. Seuss” house has about 12 stories,it was built and left unfinished for the almost 10 years, and just recently was finished. The house was dubbed with the name “Dr. Seuss” house by the local people of Willow, Alaska.

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

Suburban Men - Chinese Workers Build a Mountain Road Balanced on Planks Photos) - June 2015

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

Don't look down: Without ropes or safety harnesses, and with only hard hats to protect them if they fall, these men assemble scaffolding along the cliff, which is the first stage of extending the walkway

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

China's occupational safety measures: Chinese workers build a suspended walkway in Hunan province. A worker carries a heavy load of construction material on his shoulder without any protection.

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

Nerve-wracking: With little or no safety equipment, these are the brave men charged with helping to build this tourist attraction in Pingjiang County, south eastern China, which officials hope will bring tourists to the area

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

A Glass Walkway Suspended Feet Above The Ground Cracked Under Tourists' Feet

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

China, cliff walkway in process of being built. The workers that build these are awesome!

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

Attraction: Pingjiang is dominated by the Mufu mountain range and officials have tried to attract visitors to the small county by construction precarious walkways such as this one for tourists to walk along

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

Daredevil workers risk lives building mountain footpath on cliff face, in pictures

Are you impressed by manmade structures built at heights like the Grand Canyon Skywalk? Thousands of years ago, the ancient Chinese had already invented the earliest “skywalk” along cliffs, not for sight-seeing, but for transportation. It is known as a gallery…

Seriously Cool Yet Dangerous: How to Build a Cliffside Gallery Road (Photos

On the edge: Workers in China have been pictured building a walkway for tourists while perched thousands of feet up a mountain side in Pingjiang County, Hunan province


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