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  • France: Step in to the Void

    Mathieu Dechavanne, head of the Compagnie du Mont Blanc which runs the new attraction, stands in a glass cage named 'Pas dans le Vide' (Step into the Void) at the top of the Aiguille du Midi peak 12,604 feet in the French Alps.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    A view from below of the glass cube named 'Pas dans le Vide' (Step into the Void) on Dec. 17, 2013.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    Mathieu Dechavanne, head of the Compagnie du Mont Blanc which runs the new attraction, looks down through the glass floor on Dec. 17, 2013.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    The attraction opened to the public on Dec. 21, 2013.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    The glass cage named 'Pas dans le Vide' (Step into the Void) took three years to complete.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    A man stands in 'Pas dans le Vide' (Step into the Void) at the top of the Aiguille du Midi peak.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    The cube made of glass offers breathtaking views in all directions, even when looking straight down.
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  • France: Step in to the Void

    The attraction is accessible by the Aiguille du Midi cable car, a 20-minute journey from Chamonix, France.
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