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Off the northwestern coast of France lies Mont-Saint-Michel, a small island commune and UNESCO World Heritage site.   And in 2014, a 2,500-foot pedestrian bridge was constructed so that you can arrive at the island the same way pilgrims would during low tide: on foot.  Plus, you don’t have to worry about getting stranded when the tide comes in.

Photo courtesy of iStock / KavalenkavaVolha

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