If you've been to Paris and seen Alexander III Bridge, you'll find that they are somewhat similar. Yes, it's said that the Blue Bridge was built after Alexander III Bridge, but the magnificence and magnificence of the appearance are worse than Alexander III Bridge. Let's take a picture when we pass by.
Amsterdam has a well-developed waterway and many bridges with different shapes in the city. This bridge has a beautiful appearance. The boats downstream of the bridge feel very good. It's very suitable for taking pictures here. The scenery is very good, but it's not worth coming here on purpose.
Blue Bridge is the most famous of more than 1000 bridges in Amsterdam. It is said that the South Bridge is a replica of the famous Alexander III Bridge in France. The scenery on the bridge is very good, mainly the old buildings around the bridge. Together with these old buildings and canals, it forms the perfect Amsterdam watery scenery.
Blue Bridge, located in the urban area of Amsterdam, across the canal, is a unique European-style bridge. On both sides of the bridge are exquisite Roman column style guardrails. The lamp holder on the bridge is carved with exquisite relief. Standing on the Blue Bridge, you can enjoy the tranquil scenery on both sides of the canal.
Blue Bridge is called Blue Bridge because there used to be a wooden bridge here in the 17th century which was blue. Now the bridge was rebuilt in the nineteenth century. It has nothing to do with blue. I felt a little like Alexander III Bridge in Paris. The Blue Bridge connects Rembrandt Square and Waterloo Square. There's a church next to it. There's a free market under the church.
The artistic feeling of this bridge is still quite good. You can take more pictures to remember it.