Toulouse's new bridge spans the Calon River. Although it is called the New Bridge, it has a history of several hundred years. From the vicissitudes of the bridge, we can see that people in the past designed bridges and caves for flood discharge. Otherwise, when the winter snow melts, blood will flow into the river. Without flood discharge facilities, sea water will pour into the city. This design is very scientific. The new bridge is also a scenic spot on the Kalong River. You can pay attention to it when you visit.
Sunset afterglow sprinkles over both sides of the Kalong River, leisurely, dazed, longing for.
The new bridge is a very old bridge in the old town of Toulouse, which spans the Galon River. It is also a landmark building in Toulouse, where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery on both sides of the Galon River. The bridge is both a pedestrian bridge and a vehicle bridge. The photo was taken at Xinqiao.
The new bridge was built in the 16th century and has been repaired for nearly 100 years. It provides a panoramic view of the river bank. At first glance, the lake's breadth is rarely comparable. The 18th century red brick buildings on the left bank, L'ile de Tounis and the grassland on the right bank, La Prairie de filtres, contrast sharply and add much to the bridge landscape. The lake is sparkling, especially pure, and matches the riverbank opposite. The scenery is amazing!
Riverside to enjoy the beautiful scenery, many local people run places. There are walkways all around. Walking in the evening is especially enjoyable. Listen to the murmur of water, the occasional sound of cars passing by, the sky flies by helicopters from time to time, the friendly smiles and greetings of the local people...
Ancient, long history, with a sense of vicissitudes of the bridge.