Russia has plenty of hanging bridges around. One photographer went travelling and took photos of the hanging bridges of Russia, here are some of them. The first one above is from the Perm region.
Early morning in Perm region.
Another nice bridge in the Moscow region, overgrown with flowers.
And the same bridge a few years later.
Kazan. Abandoned bridge.
Hanging bridge in Bashkiria Russia.
The same bridge during the Morning Sun light.
Perm region another bridge.
A hanging bridge in the Altai mountains.
In strong winds, this bridge swings up to an angle of 90, locals say!
“A Bone Road” in Magadan, called so, because it was built by hundreds of prisoners, and some of them died in the process.
Hanging bridge near Moscow.
Pola river near Novgorod city.
Again Bashkiria. And again an abandoned bridge.
Hope you liked those!