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I am not sure if this has a particular name, but I am thinking it might, because I see it a lot on modern bridges and tall towers that serve as tourist attraction. What is it called, is there a name for such a thing?

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  • I'd call them "terrifying" and "no thank you" (comment cos NAA and funny)
    – Criggie
    May 16 '19 at 21:14
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This kind of tourist attraction is often called a "glass observation deck", or sometimes just an "observation deck", although there are also observation decks without a glass floor.

If you have a glass floor in some other context, I'd just call it a glass floor, or maybe a glass deck if it's outdoors.

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The most general, basic term for that, is glass floor.

Sometimes, the term for something is just simply calling it what it is. In specific instances, a different term might be used, but they are limited to specific situations.

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