Should you ever have the desire to walk across the world's longest floating path, well, your chance is here.
Supposedly twice the length of Manhattan — the New York neighborhood is around 23 miles long — the path floats above the Hongshui River in the province of Guizhou, China.
According to China Xinhua News, the walkway will move up and down to adjust to the water levels.
It's supported by more than 222,000 floating objects, and the floating items are held down by anchors at the bottom of the Hongshui.
With flashing colored lights, the walkway looks mesmerizing at night.
While it's certainly eye-catching, to say the least, the structure calls to mind the state of the environment. Is the path — and the objects it's attached to — harmful to river wildlife? Common sense says yes, but it's another subject entirely — one that will likely be explored in the near future.
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