Bridges have a massive contribution in building connections among lands. The bridges make almost everything accessible especially for business and for going places.
Of all the bridges, now even having breathtaking architectural designs mostly made of concrete, will you ever cross one that is solely made of dried grass? You might now want to consider that but, you should see this.
The Q’eswachaka Bridge in Peru lies high meters above the raging waters connection two lands for villages to pass across. But, there is more to this bridge that will leave you surprised.
This bridge has been continually rebuilt, and retouched every year which takes almost three days. The bridge is just made of grass woven together to form the stronghold and cables. And this is how they do it.
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Video from SmithsonianNMAI