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Kuri uyu munsi 22/08/2016 nibwo Ubushinwa bwafunguye ku mugaragaro ikiraro kirekire ku isi. Iki kiraro gifite metero 6 mu bugari ndetse na metero 430 z’uburebure,cyubaswe mu ntara yo hagati yitwa Hunan,hejuru y’imisozi miremire yitwa Zhangjiajie.

 

 

Kiri kuri metero 300 uvuye ku butaka,ngo gifite ubushobozi bwo gutwara abantu bagera kuri 800 nk’uko ikinyamakuru Xinhua kibitangaz. ngo cyashushanyijwe n’umuhanga mu bwubatsi ufite inkomoko muri Israel witwa Haim Dotan.

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iyo ugenda kuri iki kiraro ubasha kureba hasi kuko uba ukandagira ku birahuri.ngo kizajya kigendwaho n’abantu 8,000 gusa ku munsi  ndetse ushaka kukigendaho azajya yishyura amadolari 20 y’amanyamerika mbere yuko agisuraho umunsi umwe .

<p>In the future adventurous types will be able to bungee jump or ride a zip line from the bridge. (Getty Images)</p>

<p>During a series of media events, people were encouraged to try and smash the bridge’s glass panels with a sledge hammer. (Getty Images)<br /><br /></p>

<p>The bridge connects two mountain cliffs in which are known as the ‘Avatar mountains’. (Getty Images)<br /></p>

<p>Would-be visitors are encouraged by park officials to book their tickets a day in advance, at a cost of £15.94 (138 yuan).<br /><br /></p>

<p>The enormous structure suspends its visitors nearly 300 metres (1,000ft) above the canyon. (Getty Images)<br /></p>

<p>8,000 tourists queued overnight before Saturday’s trial opening to be the first to step onto the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon’s glass-bottomed bridge. (Getty Images)<br /></p>

<p>The vertigo-inducing structure stretches more than 430 meters, hovering over a 300-meter-deep valley between two cliffs. (Getty Images)</p>

<p>The bridge, at six metres wide, is strong enough to hold a car. (Getty Images)</p>

<p>The bridge has already set world records for its architecture and construction. (Getty Images)</p>

<p>Cameras and selfie sticks are banned although many tourists seem to already be defying the rules.  (Getty Images)</p>

 

 

 

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