This bridge is not recommended in the travel guide, not one of the four bridges. But don't miss it if you pass by, the exterior is brick red. Across the canal. How many people are carried on the white pavement every day?
There are many pedestrian bridges in Venice, and the locals rely on these bridges to cross the canals. Each bridge has its own characteristics. The Gully Bridge is made of red bricks, with a short length, but a small arc, and the eye of the bridge just allows the boat to pass by.
The Gully Bridge is a lovely bridge and the main entrance to the historic battery area. A few minutes’ walk from Saint Lucia Train Station, this bridge is one of the shortcuts to the historic district of Saint Mark. Across the Cannon Bridge on the west side of the Grand Canal, the stone arch bridge was built in 1580 and completely rebuilt in 1823. Two spiral decorations were added to each end, making it the only Venetian bridge with a spire.
The emerging modern architecture is placed in an environment surrounded by historical buildings, and it does not show too much sense of violation. The choice of the same color tone and the setting of the material make it not too much out of the picture. What interests me is that there is a barrier-free transmitter on the side of the bridge, which looks like a spherical shape with a diameter of more than 3 meters. Rising from one side, reaching the other side and falling.
The Gugeli Bridge made of red bricks crosses the canal. Red is super conspicuous