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Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge Omaha, Nebraska

Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge Omaha, Nebraska

Walk on this rope bridge and visit a rainforest in of all places, Omaha Nebraska at the largest zoo in the world

Walk on this rope bridge and visit a rainforest in of all places, Omaha Nebraska at the largest zoo in the world

Naruto bridge and whirling current

Naruto bridge and whirling current

Hollywood Candy's bright colors and cheery storefront call out to passersby in the Old Market.

This Massive Candy Store In Nebraska Will Make You Feel Like A Kid Again

Hollywood Candy's bright colors and cheery storefront call out to passersby in the Old Market.

Tsunoshima Great Bridge, Yamaguchi, Japan: photo by shosho

Tsunoshima Great Bridge, Yamaguchi, Japan: photo by shosho

Glass Labyrinth - Outdoor Maze of Glass - Nelson Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City // localadventurer.com

11 Things You Can't Miss in Kansas City Missouri (& Kansas)

Glass Labyrinth - Outdoor Maze of Glass - Nelson Atkins Museum of Art Kansas City // localadventurer.com

The Gate of Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia. By Simon Tyne.

The Gate of Angkor Thom, Siem Reap, Cambodia. By Simon Tyne.

YES believe it or not THIS is in Nebraska!! It is Lake McConaughy! It is SO much fun!!

YES believe it or not THIS is in Nebraska!! It is Lake McConaughy! It is SO much fun!!

Puente de Alcàntara y Alcázar , Toledo, Spain, town of El Cid

Puente de Alcàntara y Alcázar , Toledo, Spain, town of El Cid

Amsterdam: This suspension bridge connects IJburg, a new district on reclaimed land, to central Amsterdam and a lovely waterfront park. Despite its no-cars policy, Nesciobrug functions as a key component of the city's transportation system. Stretching 2,559 feet over the Amsterdam Rhine Canal, it splits in two at each leafy bank; the forks add structural stiffness and create separate approach paths for bicyclists and pedestrians.

The High Line, New York, NY

Amsterdam: This suspension bridge connects IJburg, a new district on reclaimed land, to central Amsterdam and a lovely waterfront park. Despite its no-cars policy, Nesciobrug functions as a key component of the city's transportation system. Stretching 2,559 feet over the Amsterdam Rhine Canal, it splits in two at each leafy bank; the forks add structural stiffness and create separate approach paths for bicyclists and pedestrians.

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