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Millennium Bridge, Bali
Indonesia

The Millennium Bridge is one of the biggest, covered bridges entirely made from bamboo in the world. The bridge spans across the sacred river Ayung in the center of Bali. It was initiated by Green School and built by their incredible local bamboo craftsmen.

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