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    • shirley savage

      Bridge of Immortals in China. It's the highest bridge in the world. #Nature #Photography #Place #nature #beauty #beautiful #beautifulpictures #beautifulplaces #amazing #amazingplacestosee #amazingphotos #amazingplaces #Nature #tree #garden #autumn

    • Brogan Alexandra

      The Bridge of Immortals, Huanghsan, China. Would love to visit this beautiful place.

    • Universal Stone, Inc

      The Bridge of Immortals, Huangshan, China ~ Strangely-shaped granite peaks, amazing scenery, beautiful sunsets and striking heights. The Yellow Mountains in eastern Asia is really something every person should experience. The world’s highest bridge. <3 China. Looking for granite products? Contact Universal Stone Inc. today- visit the website at http://www.universalstone-inc.com/.

    • Peggy Greneyes

      The Bridge of the Immortals - Yellow Mountains, China Bucket list

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