Suspension footbridge in the Nepalese Himalayas 01 Sep 2016
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The Himalayas sprawl across five countries: Pakistan, India, Bhutan, Tibet and Nepal. Nepal's geographic make-up is massively influenced by the Himalayas, and the country is split into three zones: mountain, hill, and flatland. Rickety footbridges like this one are extremely common sights, particularly in the hill and mountain zones. They are mainly used by farmers, hunters and hikers.