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Qeswachaka Rope Bridge is the last remaining example of the Incan handwoven bridges which were once common in the Incan road system. It's located in Quehue District, Canas Province, Peru.
Entirely made from woven grass, the bridge spans 118 feet and hangs 60 feet above the river. Visitors can walk across it – it looks more dangerous than it is!