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Campuhan Bridges, Ubud, Bali
Indonesia

The suspension foot bridge and concrete road bridge, over the Wos river ravine in Ubud. Just north of the bridge the Wos river is joined by the Sungai Sungai Cerik. Where the tow rivers join, the holy water is used for cremations and bathing as the water has healing powers.

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