A German parachutist has jumped in a wingsuit from a flying paraglider for the first time and passed the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle in the Bavarian Alps.
34-year-old Max Manov performed a 100-meter free fall and subsequently developed a maximum speed of 200 kilometers per hour. Wingsuit flights are usually launched from an airplane or a high point such as a building, bridge, or cliff.
Neuschwanstein Castle is featured in the Walt Disney Studios logo, the complex inspired Tchaikovsky to create the Swan Lake ballet. In his career, the parachutist has 10 thousand jumps, for the challenge of a paraglider he has developed his own equipment.