Situated on the Seine River in Paris, the Alexander III Bridge was laid on October 7, 1896 by Czar Nicolas II and then French President Francois Sally Fowl, and was completed at the Expo in Paris in 1900. The whole bridge is magnificent and magnificent. It was named after Russian Czar Alexander III. The bridge connects the Champs Elysees Avenue on both sides of the Strait with the Plaza of the Royal Court of Paris. On the two pillars on the left bank are French symbols representing the Renaissance and Louis XIV periods. On the two pillars on the right bank, there are symbols of ancient France and modern France.