The Tincoc bridge is situated in the Paruro Province, Ccapi District, in the Cusco Region of Peru. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.
The bridge lies at an elevation of 2.606m (8,549ft) above the sea level, and spans the Apurímac River. It’s 71 m long. The road to the bridge is gravel.
Pic: Juan Carlos Vásquez
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