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Address: Luoyang Town, Quanzhou 362121, China
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One of four Famous Bridges in Ancient China

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... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 23 April 2016
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Singapore, Singapore
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 week ago

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 bridge was constructed in a unique way that people used the method of breeding oysters... More 

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 April 2016

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 began in 1053, it is now almost 1000 years old. The construction is interesting and... More 

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Lyon, France
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 22 February 2016

Take a taxi to get there. It is well worth it. It is the oldest (11th century) port stone beam bridge in China. Amazing features and technology. The foundation is reinforced by breeding oysters!

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Florence, Italy
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 9 November 2015

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 (you can either get on a public bus or keep on walking in very traditional... More 

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 October 2015

This is probably the oldest and best maintained bridge of ancient China. The view around this bridge was spectacular, especially before sunset and during sunset. You can see some locals pulling their harvest from the fishing boat if you are lucky.

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 18 January 2015

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. There are a temple at each end of the bridge, one very elaborate and one... More 

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Phnom Penh, Cambodia
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 March 2014 via mobile

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 interest in traditional Chinese architecture and are in the area, then the luoyang bridge is... More 

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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 19 May 2012

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 bridge. I attach some pics taken.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 26 April 2012

An example of China's ingenuity in engineering...and reflecting the masonry industry in nearby Nai'an and Chongwu towns. Built in 1057 still standing proud. Entirely of stone except for clever butterfly-shaped wedges which have held the stones together for 2,000 years. The pillar-bases are shaped as boat prows so that tremendous tidal currents flow harmlessly by... and live oysters were placed... More 

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