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10 Dangerous Bridges Of Pakistan
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Published: May 24, 2016

Have you ever been warned not to look down while crossing the bridge? Or have you ever gone through wooden planks bridge? Or heavy iron wires bridge? Sound scary right? There are a lot of dangerous bridges around the world. But do you know some of them exist in Pakistan too? Here are 10 dangerous bridges of Pakistan.

1. Hussaini Bridge

Hussaini Bridge is one of the most dangerous bridges of Pakistan. It is made by wooden planks and is located in the upper Hunza.

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Source: urloplandia.pl

2. Tarzan Bridge

“Do not look down while crossing the bridge”, this message is strongly recommended for those who are willing to cross the bridge. Tarzan Bridge is located in Naran.

Source: mastu.pk
Source: mastu.pk

3. Astore Bridge

Astore Bridge is made by wood planks and heavy iron wires. It is located in Astore valley, Gilgit Baltistan.

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Source: dnd.com

4. Deosai Bridge

Deosai Bridgeis located in Gilgit Baltistan and leads to Deosai National Park in Skardu. It is also known as “Bara Pani Bridge”.

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Source: panoramio

5. Danyore Bridge

Danyore Bridge was contructed over a half century ago. It is one of the longest bridges of Pakistan that connects Gilgit to Danyore. It is also declared unsafe by the district administration.

Source: awlla.com
Source: awlla.com

6. Wired Bridge

Wired Bridge is made by wood planks and heavy iron wires. It is located in Swat valley, KPK.

Source: jeevaypak
Source: jeevaypak

7. Hanging Bridge near Skardu

This is one of the dangerous hanging bridge along Indus River Gorge near Skardu.

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Source: globallvilla

8. Kunhar River Bridge

This suspension bridge is located at Kunhar River. It is most beautiful yet dangerous bridge.

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Source: commons.wikimedia

9. Ghizer River Bridge   

Ghizer River Bridge is on Ghizer to Sher-Qila. It is located on Ghizer River which is known as Gilgit River in Ghizer valley.

Source: dnd.com
Source: dnd.com

10. Alam Bridge

Alam Bridge wasn’t fit to cater to the needs of so many areas for such a long time. This bridge was also collapsed back in 2014. This bridge links Baltistan region to Gilgit.

Source: tribune
Source: tribune