Chinese engineers have completed an impressive mountain overpass branded as the highest bridge in the world.
The enormous Beipanjiang Bridge, which is built at over 1,850 feet high, links two of China most remote provinces, Yunnan and Guizhou.
Engineers joined the last set of decks on September 10 2016, marking the completion of the structure which has cost three years and 780 million RMB (£88 million) to build.
Beipanjiang Bridge stands at a whopping 565 metres above the ground (1,854 feet), which is nearly twice the height of the 95-storey skyscraper, The Shard in London.
Named after Beipan River, the waterway it crosses, the incredible structure has a 720-metre-wide span (2,363 feet) and is a part of the Hangrui Highway, a 3,405-kilometre-long (2,115 miles) national motorway linking Hangzhou city in southern China with Ruili city on the China-Myanmar border.
The newly finished project is not to be confused with another Beipanjiang Bridge on Guanxing Highway, which stands at 363 metres high (1,200 feet) and opened in 2003.