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Tightrope walker crosses Rome's Tiber River as cool as a cucumber


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Most folks cross Rome’s Tiber River using one of the many bridges dotted along it. But an Italian performer has done his own thing, becoming the first person to cross via tightrope.

High-wire artist Andrea Loreni has just completed a 135-metre-long, illuminated tightrope walk across the Tiber, reports ABC. 

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Suspended on an LED-studded steel wire cable 20 metres above the river near the the Ponte Sant’Angelo Bridge, Loreni made his way ever so calmly to the other side. The feat was performed as part of Rome’s Biennale MArteLive 2017 cultural program. Read more…

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