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Reminds me of the Chi Rho symbol which looks like a "P" and "X" which are the first 2 letters of the Greek word for Christ which began under Constantine.

Reminds me of the Chi Rho symbol which looks like a "P" and "X" which are the first 2 letters of the Greek word for Christ which began under Constantine.

The cliff path that encircles Tianmen Mountain, China. Tianmen Mountain is located within Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province, China.

The cliff path that encircles Tianmen Mountain, China. Tianmen Mountain is located within Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province, China.

Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province…

Tianmen Mountain National Park, Zhangjiajie, in northwestern Hunan Province…

Could you imagine driving this road if it was snow-covered and slippery? YIKES!  Switchback Highway, Tianmen Mountain, China

Las 12 paisajes más increíbles del mundo que cuesta creer que existen

Could you imagine driving this road if it was snow-covered and slippery? YIKES! Switchback Highway, Tianmen Mountain, China

Glass Skywalking Around Tianmen Mountain, China @Darley Travel - Elegant Destination Weddings and Honeymoons

14 Daredevil Vacations for the Extroverted Traveler

Glass Skywalking Around Tianmen Mountain, China @Darley Travel - Elegant Destination Weddings and Honeymoons

glass walkway in china | Do look down! The glass walkway of Zhangjiajie, China | Asia Travel ...

Do look down! The glass walkway of Zhangjiajie, China

glass walkway in china | Do look down! The glass walkway of Zhangjiajie, China | Asia Travel ...

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CHINA - The “Plank Road” walkway winds for a half mile along a huge cliff near the top of Tianmen Mountain. Photo by Steve Negler.

CHINA - The “Plank Road” walkway winds for a half mile along a huge cliff near the top of Tianmen Mountain. Photo by Steve Negler.

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