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9 das estradas mais pergosas do mundo | 7. Col du Chaussy (França) > estradas mais perigosas do mundo 7 > O Col du Chaussy é uma estrada na montanha, a uma altitude de 1.533 metros acima do nível do mar. O caminho para chegar ao cume começa com o famoso “Lacets de Montvernier”, trecho de 3 km recheado de curvas. Além de todo o ziguezague, os motoristas enfrentam uma queda vertical de 400 metros. Este é exatamente o momento no qual você não quer que seus freios falhem.

9 das estradas mais perigosas do mundo

So you think you can climb? Lacets de Montvernier (The Hairpins of Montvernier), part of the Col du Chaussy, France.

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Andreas Gursky Tour de France 2007 x cm Inkjet-print © the Artist / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn / SOFAM 2012 Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin London

Aogashima, Japão

Island that time forgot. Aogashima is a volcanic Japanese island in the Philippine Sea. The island is administered by Tokyo and located approximately 358 kilometres south of Tokyo and 64 kilometres south of Hachijō-jima.

Gemmi.ch - Top of Leukerbad, Berghotel Wildstrubel - Gemmibahnen Leukerbad Wallis: Randonnée

ch - Top of Leukerbad, Berghotel Wildstrubel - Gemmibahnen Leukerbad Wallis

I wonder where is this place. Cool staircase up to the peak. https://hotellook.com/cities/paris?marker=126022.viedereve

El Piedra de Penol, Medellin, Colombia - 200 metres - third largest monolithic rock in the world

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Road to heaven, Tianmen Mountain, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province, China. I would be in heaven if I drove on this road because I would have a heart attack!

King's pathway, Málaga, Spain...... OH HELL NO!!!! Not afraid of heights, I just dont like falling from them. Lol

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El Camino del Rey (King’s pathway) - Málaga Spain. The walkway is one metre feet and 3 inches) in width, and rises over 100 metres feet) above the river below.

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