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Anren Yonghe Bridge

57 Reviews
Open Open from 8:00am-6:00pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Longquan, Lishui, Zhejiang, China

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Look at Anren Yonghe porcelain bridge, buy Longquan celadon porcelain. Yonghe porcelain bridge is very beautiful, well preserved, convenient to visit, strong viewing. It is recommended that there are several porcelain shops at the end of the bridge, various Longquan celadon porcelains, which are very colorful and suitable for the price. There are also stoves behind one of them that burn paper porcelain, and it is claimed that there are master works. Anyway, so beautiful Longquan celadon porcelain, with a few pieces back, practicality, ornamental...

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    Lincoln, New Hampshire

    Ancient Bridge

    This bridge is a prime example of the engineering skills and woodcrafting prowess of the ancient Chinese. It is a handsome bridge which provides the main route for foot traffic across the upstream pa...

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Additional Information


Anren Yonghe Bridge is located in Anren Town, Longquan City, Zhejiang Province. It is a well-preserved covered bridge constructed from wood and stone. The enclosed area at the halfway point of the bridge has a lofted roof in the East Asian hip-and-gable style (Xieshan architecture) with the edges of the roof curled upwards. There are bridge towers at the endpoints on each side of the river. The bridge uses a combination of a pile foundation and a cantilever construction method. The wooden bridge house is richly carved and painted, and the inside of the bridge is outfitted with railings and wooden benches. Yonghe Bridge was first built in the first year of the Ming Chenghua Emperor and was originally called Yongning Bridge. It was later destroyed by fire during the reign of the Qing Shunzhi Emperor. The Kangxi Emperor rebuilt it in the 57th year of his reign and changed the name to its current name. In the fifth year of the Xianfeng Emperor's reign, two of the pilings were destroyed by floods, but they were rebuilt the next year. In the summer of 1911, flash floods from the mountains again destroyed two of the pilings, and they were again rebuilt the following year.
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