The Sployer Bridge is much smaller than the famous Cabell Corridor Bridge, but the frescoes on the bridge are much more beautiful than Cabell's. There are water nails in the river water in front of the bridge. They were used to regulate the water level in ancient times, but they are still in use today.
The Sproye Bridge (Guchai Bridge) was completed in 1408 as part of the city's defensive fortifications. Guchai Bridge is named because mills often pour chaff into rivers here. The last time almost all of them were destroyed in a fire was in 1993. Most noteworthy of all is the 67 triangular ancient paintings hanging in the corridor, which are simply open-air art museums. After the paintings were destroyed by the fire, several Swiss donated copies of their family's treasures to the restoration project.
Before I came here, I knew that there was a bridge in Ryusen. There were many paintings about the Black Death inside the bridge body. There were many such paintings on the top of the bridge when I crossed the bridge. It was a little terrible to see. Interested friends could see them one by one. The bridge itself has been around for some years, and it feels a little dirty. No one seems to have cleaned it.
As a landmark building, the wooden bridge was once ruthlessly burned down by the fire. Today, it has become the most beautiful scenery in the city. With the surrounding buildings such as churches, railway stations and so on, it forms a pearl like a gemstone that was previously on the edge of Lake Ryusen.
2. most known bridge of Luzern, worth visitng at the same time as the other one
Provo for bridge is one of the most famous two covered bridge lucerne, was built in 1408, under the 67 boards painted the dance of death, by Kaspar Meglinger painted in 1626. The picture describes that the black death in Europe popular sights, painting characters in both men and women, the distinction between rich and poor, young or old will not escape the call of the god of death, very shocked. In German the word Spreuer has the meaning of chaff, when the bridge is the only place to the wheat shell has fallen into the river, so also called chaff bridge. Across the bridge to the north, the left is the way to the jose siegel walls.
The Sployer Bridge is on the Roy River, hundreds of meters upstream of the Capell Corridor Bridge. From the Capell Corridor Bridge, you can directly see the Sployer Bridge not far away. Although it is also a gallery bridge, its popularity and visitors are far less than those of its neighbors not far away. Because of the lack of water tower features, it is not outstanding.