You might not even want to start drinking until you’ve first reached the facts of this case bar. An ence of 240 meters (787 feet) in level priuled at Dashbashi Canyon in the Caucasus Mountains in Georgia, although it offers alcohol-free refreshments.
A new transparent structure made of steel and glass, which rises 280 meters (around 919 feet,) spans across the natural monument, offering panoramic views of its stunning waterfalls and caves. It took three years to construct, with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Garibashvili attending its official opening on June 14.
The landmark bridge’s multi-level bar, located at its highest point, is said to be the largest and tallest hanging structure in the world. The venue has reportedly been submitted to the Guinness World Records. The project also includes a zip line, where visitors can bike across the canyon and a cliff “swing.” An array of guest suites located near the site are due to open in the coming months. Tomer Mor Yosef from Kass Group previously revealed that the shape of the bar was actually inspired by the canyon itself.
The impetus was to create an extreme, exciting, and memorable moment that would appeal to all the five senses of the guests and would leave a lasting impression on their minds, Villemeizal told Georgia’s Journal Weekly newspaper last year.
Officials expect the spectacular bridge to attract more tourists to the site, considered to be one of Georgia’s most impressive natural monuments. The bridge is part of a new effort to boost tourism in the region, which was devastated when the country suffered a deadly flu pandemic during the summer of 2019. The news comes after Vietnam opened the world’s longest glass-bottomed bridge—suspended 492 feet above ground and measuring 2,073 feet in length—in a rural highland region in April. Georgia dropped all remaining entry requirements for international visitors on June 15, returning to its pre-pandemic border policy. The announcement was made by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Georgia on June 15.