Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Peruvians re-weave Incan hanging bridge spanning river” – below is their description.
Peruvians from the Huinchiri community in Cusco region are rebuilding a 500-year-old Incan hanging bridge using traditional weaving techniques. The Q’eswachaka bridge crosses the Apurimac river, connecting communities, but fell into disrepair during the Covid pandemic and collapsed in March. Now, the bridge is being rebuilt by teams of workers across both sides of the ravine who carefully balance on main ropes while weaving
Bridge made of string: Peruvians weave 500-year-old Incan crossing back into placeGuardian News YouTube Channel
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