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two people crossing a rope bridge in disrepair in northern Pakistan
July 12, 2016

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In northern Pakistan’s Hunza region, travelers cross what’s often called the most dangerous bridge in the world: the Hussaini Hanging Bridge, which looks almost as unforgiving as the landscape around it. “[The bridge] is extremely old and very narrow,” photographer Kieron Nelson writes. “Situated high above [Borit Lake], it is missing many of the original wooden planks.”

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Photograph by Kieron Nelson, National Geographic Your Shot

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