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جسر الأبطال: كابوس زجاجي شفاف يتأرجح فوق أخدود مرعب!

الكثير منّا يعشق تدفق الأدرينالين في جسمه! وعلميًا، يماثل تأثير انطلاق الأدرينالين في الجسم التأثير الذي تحدثه المخدرات! لهذا ترى تهافت زوار مدن الملاهي على ألعاب الخطر كالأفعوانية على سبيل المثال.

وفي الصين، نقل المهندسون حب الأدرينالين إلى مستوى آخر! حيث اختبر مجموعة من السياح الشجعان المعنى الحقيقي لدوار المرتفعات بالطريقة الأصعب على الإطلاق، بعدما زاروا للمرة الأولى الجسر المعلق ذو الأرضية الزجاجية والذي يرتفع عن الأرض بـ 590 قدمًا كاملة عن الأخدود أسفله!

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البناء المدهش، الأول من نوعه في العالم، يقع في مقاطعة هونان. وتم تداول عدد من الصور التي تظهر زوار الجسر وقد استولى عليهم الرعب، فتجمدوا في أماكنهم بينما يقفون على الممر الشفاف. إحدى الزائرات تعلقت بدرابزين الجسر الممشى بهيسترية مما اضطر صديقتها لجرها طيلة الجسر! يجب إذن تسمية الجسر “جسر الأبطال أو من يظنوا أنفسهم كذلك”!

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يقول الزوار أن الجسر الزجاجي يتأرجح قليلًا  بينما تعبره، ما يضيف الكثير من الرعب للتجربة المخيفة أصلًا! ويتوجب على السياح قطع مسافة 984 قدم لعبور الجسر من جهة للأخرى، بينما تفغر هوة عمقها 590 قدم فمها في غور مخيف أسفلهم.

هذا أول جسر زجاجي الأرضية في العالم وهو أيضًا أطول ممشى زجاجي في العالم. وقد كان هذا الجسر في السابق معبر خشبي يربط قمتي جبل بوذا الحجري Stone Buddha Mountain في محمية Shiniuzhai، لكنه تحول إلى جسر زجاجي بافتتاحه منذ بضعة أيام قليلة، وبعد عمل استغرق أكثر من عام كامل ليتوافق مع احتفالات اليوم الوطنى للصين حيث العطلة الرسمية فى البلاد.

 

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كان قد تم استبدال جزء من الجسر بالفعل بألواح من الزجاج المقوى في عام 2014، مما جذب أعدادًا من محبي المغامرة من السياح. لكن ما يقرب من 11 مهندسًا عملوا على تبديل كافة أجزاء الجسر الخشبية طيلة العام الماضي والحالي وتحويله لأول جسر زجاجي معلق في العالم.

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تم إطلاق اسم “جسر الأبطال” على البناء المدهش، على خلفية ما يتطلبه من شجاعة وجرأة لعبوره. ولمعايير السلامة والأمان، تم استخدام ألواح زجاجية أقوى بـ 25 مرة من الزجاج العادي المقاوم للكسر؛ وتمت صناعتها كي تحافظ على قوامها وتتحمل الصدمات. مع هذا، يُطلب من كل عابر أن يرتدي حذاء قماشي مخصص منعًا لأي سيناريوهات غير متوقعة.

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يجري العمل حاليًا على تشييد جسر زجاجي آخر في مقاطعة Zhangjiajie، في ولاية هونان؛ على أن يحلق على ارتفاع 984 قدمًا أعلى الأخدود الذي سيبنى فوقه! بطول 1247 قدمًأ، سيستوعب هذا الجسر المدهش 800 شخص مرة واحدة عند الانتهاء منه!

وفي الصور التالية، هرعت الشرطة لإنقاذ عدد من الجراء الجانحة بعدما لحقت بالسياح إلى الجسر الشاهق، ثم تملكها الرعب فتجمدت في أماكنها فوق الأرضية الزجاجية الشفافة!

 

Pic shows: Security guards had to rescue these dogs afther they got too scared to cross all the bridge to the other side. Security guards had to rescue a family of dogs including several puppies after they followed tourists onto a glass suspension bridge - but then got too scared to cross all the way to the other side. The incident happened at the Shiniuzhai Scenic Spot where earlier this year part of the floor was removed, and replaced by glass panels that cover a 10 metre section. The move made the bridge a popular tourist attraction but it proved too much for the dog family that were too scared to cross over the glass. Security guard Xiong Yin, 35, said: "Some of the dogs did not seem to mind but the rest refused to step on the glass. There was a risk that the dogs that were all very small might fall, and so we decided to remove them. They were very popular with tourists that had been posing for pictures with them. But it was dangerous." He added that usually dogs and other animals avoided the bridge, but he believed these dogs had followed a small group of tourists that had been feeding them, and had hoped to get more food later by keeping behind the visitors. The bridge is one of the most famous sights in the scenic spot in China's Hunan province. At 300-metres-long and 180-metres-high, it became really famous when the glass floor was added this year, with further glass expected to be added across the whole bridge next year. (ends)

 

 

Pic shows: Security guards had to rescue these dogs afther they got too scared to cross all the bridge to the other side. Security guards had to rescue a family of dogs including several puppies after they followed tourists onto a glass suspension bridge - but then got too scared to cross all the way to the other side. The incident happened at the Shiniuzhai Scenic Spot where earlier this year part of the floor was removed, and replaced by glass panels that cover a 10 metre section. The move made the bridge a popular tourist attraction but it proved too much for the dog family that were too scared to cross over the glass. Security guard Xiong Yin, 35, said: "Some of the dogs did not seem to mind but the rest refused to step on the glass. There was a risk that the dogs that were all very small might fall, and so we decided to remove them. They were very popular with tourists that had been posing for pictures with them. But it was dangerous." He added that usually dogs and other animals avoided the bridge, but he believed these dogs had followed a small group of tourists that had been feeding them, and had hoped to get more food later by keeping behind the visitors. The bridge is one of the most famous sights in the scenic spot in China's Hunan province. At 300-metres-long and 180-metres-high, it became really famous when the glass floor was added this year, with further glass expected to be added across the whole bridge next year. (ends)

Pic shows: Security guards had to rescue these dogs afther they got too scared to cross all the bridge to the other side. Security guards had to rescue a family of dogs including several puppies after they followed tourists onto a glass suspension bridge - but then got too scared to cross all the way to the other side. The incident happened at the Shiniuzhai Scenic Spot where earlier this year part of the floor was removed, and replaced by glass panels that cover a 10 metre section. The move made the bridge a popular tourist attraction but it proved too much for the dog family that were too scared to cross over the glass. Security guard Xiong Yin, 35, said: "Some of the dogs did not seem to mind but the rest refused to step on the glass. There was a risk that the dogs that were all very small might fall, and so we decided to remove them. They were very popular with tourists that had been posing for pictures with them. But it was dangerous." He added that usually dogs and other animals avoided the bridge, but he believed these dogs had followed a small group of tourists that had been feeding them, and had hoped to get more food later by keeping behind the visitors. The bridge is one of the most famous sights in the scenic spot in China's Hunan province. At 300-metres-long and 180-metres-high, it became really famous when the glass floor was added this year, with further glass expected to be added across the whole bridge next year. (ends)

Pic shows: Security guards had to rescue these dogs afther they got too scared to cross all the bridge to the other side. Security guards had to rescue a family of dogs including several puppies after they followed tourists onto a glass suspension bridge - but then got too scared to cross all the way to the other side. The incident happened at the Shiniuzhai Scenic Spot where earlier this year part of the floor was removed, and replaced by glass panels that cover a 10 metre section. The move made the bridge a popular tourist attraction but it proved too much for the dog family that were too scared to cross over the glass. Security guard Xiong Yin, 35, said: "Some of the dogs did not seem to mind but the rest refused to step on the glass. There was a risk that the dogs that were all very small might fall, and so we decided to remove them. They were very popular with tourists that had been posing for pictures with them. But it was dangerous." He added that usually dogs and other animals avoided the bridge, but he believed these dogs had followed a small group of tourists that had been feeding them, and had hoped to get more food later by keeping behind the visitors. The bridge is one of the most famous sights in the scenic spot in China's Hunan province. At 300-metres-long and 180-metres-high, it became really famous when the glass floor was added this year, with further glass expected to be added across the whole bridge next year. (ends)

 

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