The Victoria Falls Bridge holds its own against a natural wonder

It was called a “poem in steel” by the Times of London. Steel was shipped halfway around the world to build it. It was a marker of imperial ambition in Africa but now connects modern Zambia and Zimbabwe. Situated adjacent to one of the world’s most stunning natural wonders, the Victoria Falls Bridge soars 420 ft above the Zambezi River, just downstream from Victoria Falls itself.

Located in southern Africa, Victoria Falls is among the largest in the world — a sheet of water nearly a mile in width and falling twice the height of Niagara Falls. Peter Roberts,

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