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Zhaozhou Bridge
Top 3 in Can't Miss Attractions

1,379 Reviews
BridgeHistorical Site
Closed Open from 8:30am-5:30pm
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 30-60 minutes
Address: 2.5 km south of Zhao County, Shijiazhuang City
Phone: 0311-84902618 0311-84956300

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South of Zhaoxian County, Shijiazhuang City, Hebei Province, it took about 3 hours to drive from Beijing. Zhaozhou Bridge was built in the Sui Dynasty. It is the oldest, largest span, and most well-preserved single-hole open-shoulder stone arch bridge in the world. When it's not very far away, I know I'm only going to visit now by chance. Maybe this is black under the lights. Speaking of Zhaozhou Bridge, because it is too famous, there is actually nothing to say. If you want to say more, you can actually put the text directly. It can only be said that after so many years, I finally saw the real thing and realized a thought, which is of great significance.

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The Zhaozhou Bridge is a circular-arc-shaped stone bridge, located on the Xiao River in Zhao County, Hebei Province. It was built in the Sui Dynasty, between the years of 595 and 605 AD, by the famous architect Li Chun. It has a history of more than a thousand years. Today, the bridge still competely preserves the ancient single-hole open-shoulder stone arch. It has stood on the Xiao River across time and even floods.
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