RANDA, SWITZERLAND (CNN) - The world's longest pedestrian suspension bridge is now open to the public.
It's located in Switzerland and is more than 1,600 feet long.
The bridge is only 2 feet wide, and took just 10 weeks to build.
It replaces one that was shut down in 2010 due to unstable terrain and rock falls.
The bridge also completes a section of the "Europaweg" trail, which offers views of some of Switzerland's highest peaks.
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