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This is one of four ancient bridges in China, which I think makes it worth a visit. It's well outside the city centre but you can go there on a bus 19. You walk through a Chinese-village area to get to the bridge. It's surprisingly...More
Well worth a visit , just loved this bridge. Great history behind it and lovely examples of Chinese architecture. The contrasts of old and new as you looked across the water while walking over the bridge were amazing. Every few yards there was something different...More
Came here along, I don't know a thing about this bridge or whatever the story behind it. So, I really can't appreciate the place. Aside from that, water wasn't clean and kinda smells. I hope it's not just me who feel this way...
The Luoyang Bridge is located in Quanzhou, local people also call it “Wan’an Bridge”, it means that people who walk though the bridge can be peace and happness. The Luoyang Bridge is the earliest existing cross-sea beam-stone bridge in China. At the same time, the...More
This is one of four famous ancient bridges in ancient China. It was 1200m long and 5m wide initially and was a major construction project. Damaged during the war, it has been rebuilt. Today it is 834m long and 7m wide. As it was construction...More
It might looks just a bridge but if you read something about it before going there you will understand the meaning and its importance for Chinese people.
Go there by taxy and good luck to find an another taxy at the end of the bridge...More
The bridge is built with many long and thick slabs of stones spanning over the river. Triangular slabs of stones were placed on one side of the bridge pointing against the flow of water in order to divert and lessen the impact of the tides....More
Ive visited (and reviewed) many bridges in the past before, but finally here's one that was actually worth visiting.
This ancient bridge is a marvel of traditional architectural skill, a testament to which is the condition in which it remains today.
If you have an...More
Went to the granite bridge as it was part of my group tour itinerary. It was a short visit and there was not enough time to walk to the other end. At one end, there was a giant statue of the governor who commissioned the...More