A glass bridge-restaurant was opened in the south of Georgia

Israeli company worked on the project

Glass restaurant bridge opened in south Georgia

Glass restaurant bridge opened in south Georgia

A unique glass bridge 240 m long with a diamond-shaped restaurant hanging in the middle was inaugurated in the Dashbashi canyon on south of Georgia.

Dashbashi canyon, which is considered a natural monument, is located in the Tsalka region in the Algeti National Park (Kvemo Kartli region) in southern Georgia. The authorities hope that the attraction will attract new tourists to the region.

The Israeli company Kass Land (aka Kass Group) worked on the project. She invested about $40 million in infrastructure development in the canyon.

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