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If you have a fear of heights, then you won’t want to be driving across this Chinese bridge anytime soon.

According to BBC News, the Duge bridge just recently opened in southern China, after taking three years to build. It has taken over the title as the highest bridge in the world and it’s the ninth tallest.

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It connects the Xuanwei city in Yunnan province and Shuicheng in Guizhou, standing nearly 1,854 feet off the ground, while standing 883 feet high, and stretching 0.83 miles in length.

While this bridge is the highest it isn’t the tallest. That title is still held by the Millau Viaduct with its structure standing 1,122 feet tall. While the Millau is the tallest, it’s only the twentieth highest.