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Show-Stopper: Thousands Flock to a Bizarre Bridge on Italian Lake

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An installation by Bulgarian artist Christo Javacheff and his wife Jean-Claude has been causing quite a buzz in Italy. “Christo’s Way” is a three-kilometer pontoon bridge connecting the shore of Lake Iseo in Northern Italy to a group of isles in its center.

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An installation by Bulgarian artist Christo Javacheff and his wife Jean-Claude have has been making a big a bigcausing quite a buzz in Italy.
“Christo’s Way” is a three-kilometer pontoon bridge connecting the shore of Lake Iseo in Northern Italy to a group of isles in its center.

More than 80,000 people have crossed the improvised bridge since it opened on June 18. More than 3,000 people are currently massed at a local rail terminal waiting for their turn to  experience the heady feeling of “walking on water.”

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