What this bridge impress me is its bulky polished square stones.It feels grate each time I touch the stone with my hands.
Folktail says,there were carpets of lotus flowers growing in the pond under the bridge.So the bridge was named Flower Bridge.But it's a little pity for what we see now is the original bridge,it's another one rebuilt in year of 1965.
Though,I can still imagine what a thriving and flourishing lotus pond spreading its colored beauty quietly it is under the bridge.
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