The Pierre Bridge in Bordeaux is a famous bridge on the Seine. It is a stone multi-arch bridge, like a dragon lying on the river. This bridge has a history of more than 100 years. Although it has experienced a hundred years of wind and rain, it is still the main bridge transportation hub here. Standing on the bridge can enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides of the river bank. It is really suitable for walking.
Pierre Qiao is also a very interesting stone bridge. This bridge looks like a pedestrian bridge. The traffic on both sides is also very good. This bridge is also a must-pass for tourism, which is very good.
There are two famous bridges on the River Garonne in Bordeaux, the Pont-de-Pierre (Pierre Bridge) and the Jacques-Chaban-Delmas suspension bridge, both of which are well-known local landmarks in Bordeaux. The former Pierre Bridge is more classical and solemn and beautiful, while the latter is more modern! The weather is good, the sun is warm, from the Stalingrad (the last one) of the Pierre Bridge, walking along the bridge to the left bank of the Garonne, and the panoramic views all the way, very comfortable and cozy...
The Pierre Bridge is the main bridge in Bordeaux across the Garonne. It is a stone bridge with a history of more than 100 years. It is the most important transportation facility between the two banks of the Jialun River. It is like a long dragon across the river. It is very spectacular and one of the landmarks of Bordeaux.
This seemingly ordinary bridge was built in 1861. The designer's name was Pierre, so the bridge was named "Pierre Bridge". But this Pierre seems to be proficient in flattering techniques outside of his design major, and designed 16 bridge holes and 17 piers for the bridge. The number 17 is delicate, it is the alphanumeric of Napoleon's full name. This bridge ordered by Comrade Napoleon also has another name: Napoleon Bridge.