Immortal Bridge or Huanghsan, is one of the main attractions in China. It’s considered to be not only one of the oldest bridges in the world but also the highest one.
No one was able to determine exactly how or when the famous bridge of rocks was formed. However, researchers tend to believe that the Immortal Bridge was formed in the Stone Age. It consists of three large rocks and several smaller ones, and the Chinese consider it sacred, associating it with birth, death and rebirth.
Over 20,000 poems were dedicated to Huanghsan and a school of painting was named after the bridge. Until the tourist reaches the Immortal Bridge, he is forced to pass on some wooden walkways and to hang on tight the chains hanging over the mountains.