20 amazing and bright stairs from around the world

The staircase is one of the most important inventions of man, along with a bicycle, an elevator, and rock and roll. This is a design designed to overcome large or small vertical distances, in which the unbeatable heights are divided into many small, called steps. Nowadays, people often avoid using stairs, because lazy steels prefer an elevator, an escalator. Often, but not always. Some of the heaps of ladders built by man on Earth and even almost in Heaven are distinguished by amazing design, breathtaking views, and historical value, finally. Thus, they attract both tourists and locals, making up the glory of various parts of the world.

Vienna, Austria

Havana, Cuba

Guatape, Colombia

Morlaix, France

Chicago, United States

Poznan, Poland

Seoul, South Korea

Istanbul, Turkey

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Angers, France

Valparaiso, Chile

Germany

Iran

Seoul, South Korea

Caltagirone, Sicily, Italy

Philadelphia, USA

Spiral staircase in the mountains of Taihang Mountains (Taihang Mountains), China
The 91.5 meter high staircase, which stretches along the mountainside in Taihangshan, Linzhou, China, offers a full range of mountaineering sensations that you can get without fearing for your life. A trip up the stairs provides a sea of ​​unforgettable impressions, and it does not require special equipment.
Ladder-Bridge (Bridge-Stair), Switzerland

The bridge over Traversinertobel, the lateral valley of the Via Mala (Via Mala) is the latest structure of this kind, designed by engineer Jürg Conzett and his collaborator Rolf Bachofner.

Ladder as an Expression of Art in Germany

This 21-meter sculptural pathway is named “Tiger and Turtle - Magic Mountain” (Tiger and Turtle - Magic Mountain) and it is located on the top of a hill in Duisburg, Germany. The ladder curls over the surface of the steel structure, which swirls around itself in the same way as the fairground slide.

Visitors can climb a sculpture in places where it touches the ground, but a closed loop in the center of the sculpture prevents them from making a full circle.
The large-scale sculpture "Tiger and Turtle - Magic Mountain", created by Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth, was opened to the public on November 13 last year.
Visitors can climb the sculpture on foot.Despite the fact that the trail describes a closed loop, it is impossible to walk along it, since you will stumble across a physical barrier. At the top, on the highest point of the sculpture, located at a height of 21 meters above the ground, visitors can admire stunning views of the landscape of the Ruhr area.


Date: 09.10.2018, 09:46 / Views: 72244

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