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The most dangerous roads in the world. Did you drive it?

 1.Guoliang Tunnel

 China A 1200 meter long tunnel runs through the mountain literally!The village was named after volatile rebels during the Han Dynasty, who fought an overwhelming imperial power to an impasse with the extreme local terrain. Before the construction of the access tunnel to the neighboring village of Guoliang was limited to a difficult road in the mountain. The village is situated in a valley surrounded by high mountains cut off from civilization.

In order to facilitate residents' access to the outside world, a group of villagers led by Shen Mingxin in 1972 made plans to sculpt a road on the side of the mountain. They sold their cattle to buy means to buy tools and materials. Thirteen residents started the project, with one death during construction. Without access to power tools they committed to building mostly with hammers and chisels. At the most difficult stage, the tunnel pitch at a rate of one meter every three days. It is 1.2 km (0.75 miles) long, 5 feet (16 feet) tall and 4 feet (13 feet) wide.

The tunnel opened to circulation on May 1, 1977. Its creation was finally turned the village into a tourist attraction. The area was used as a location movie.

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 2.Eshima Ohashi Bridge

 Japan looks more like a roller coaster as a bridge! It was designed so that large ships could easily go under.Eshima Ohashi Bridge is a rigid structure linking Japan Matsue Sakaiminato Tottori Prefecture Lake Nakaumi. It was built in 1997 in 2004 and is the largest rigged bridge in Japan and the third largest in the world. [1] Images of bridges are widely used on the Internet because they are very steep at a short distance, but in fact the main Shimane has a gradient of 6.1% and 5.1% of the Tottori pages.

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 3.Atlantic Ocean Road, Norway

Tourists love this way for a breathtaking view. Just be aware of the sea waves breaking websites.The road to the Atlantic Ocean or the Atlantic Road (Norwegian: Atlanterhavsveien) is 8.3 kilometers (5.2 miles) long stretch of the 64th district of the road that runs at the other og in Eide and Averøy by a Romsdal archipelago, Norway . It passes through Hustadvika, an unprotected part of the Norwegian Sea, which links the island Averøy to the mainland and the Romsdalshalvøya peninsula. It runs between the cities Kårvåg in Averøy and Vevang in Eida. It is built on several islands and islets, which are interconnected by a plurality of roads, viaducts and bridges, the most prominent eight Storseisundet bridge.

The route was originally proposed railway in the 20th century, but was abandoned. Serious road planning began in the 1970s, and construction began on August 1, 1983. During the construction of the area by 12 European storms was affected. The road was opened on July 7, 1989, cost NO 122 million (NOK), of which 25 percent tolls and other und; Together they form the second fixed link between Kristiansund and Molde.funded public subsidies. Announcing last 15 years, but in June 1999, the road was paid and the number of removed. The path is preserved as a cultural heritage and has been classified as a national tourist route. It is a popular place for the car business to film, it is called the best ride in the world, [1] and won the title of "Norwegian Construction of the Century". In 2009, open the Atlantic tunnel Averøy to Kristiansund; Together they form the second fixed link between Kristiansund and Molde.


4.Zoji La, India

 This road connecting Ladakh and Kashmir built. Aside from being rocky, it is also extremely close! This is not an ideal situation when you need to adjust vehicles and won.The Zoji  is a mountain pass in Jammu and Kashmir in India, it is on India National Highway 1D between Srinagar and Leh in the western part of the Himalayas. Although Zojila is often called in the foreign press step is the correct translation Alemán Zoji Zojila pass or simply because the suffix "A" means that through the use of several languages ​​Himalayan its definition "A" can also be seen Khardung that Fotu, Namika The Pensi and so on in the modern languages ​​of northern India, 'La' (ला) and 'Darra' (दर्रा) indistinctly to designate both the mountain pass.

The Zoji is 9 km (5.6 miles) from Sonamarg and provides an important connection between Ladakh and Kashmir Valley. It runs at an altitude of about 3,528 meters (11,575 feet) and is the second highest after passing Fotu The Srinagar-Leh on the main road. It is often closed in the winter, although the Border Organization (BRO) roads traffic working most of the year to extend. The BRO Force headlight unit is responsible for cleaning and maintaining the road in winter.

During the Indo-Pakistani War of 1947 Zoji he was captured by the Pakistanis supported invaders to win in 1948 in his campaign for Ladakh. The pass was by Indian forces on 1 November, called in a Bison attack operate recaptured that the reached mainly by tanks to use due to surprise success, then it is the highest level in the tank, which was present in the battle of the world.

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5. Transfăgarasan, Romania.

 Although it is the highest road in the world, Romania. It is known for its danger and breathtaking views.The Transfăgărăşan or DN7C, which is also known as Ceausescu Journal a paved mountain road, Carpathians of southern Romania cross section. It has national road classification and is the second asphalt in the country after the Trans road. It starts near the village Bascov, near Pitesti, and 90 km to the junction of DN1 and extends Sibiu, the country's highest peak, Moldoveanu and Negoiu. The road, built in the early 70's as a strategic military route to connect the historical regions of Transylvania and Wallachia.
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