Sebara Dildiy stone bridge across the Blue Nile in Ethiopia

The nearly 400-year-old Sebara Dildiy stone bridge across the Blue Nile in Ethiopia has been missing its center span for decades. To cross, travelers had to cling to a rope while being pulled to the opposite side. Falling, as many have done, is almost a guaranteed death.
PHOTOS BY RUDY HEINATZ/SPECIAL TO THE DAILY PRESS
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