Its not like walking across the golden gate bridge or brooklyn bridge, but its close to the white pagoda mtn. Made for a nice walk across the river.
local people take pride in this german made bridge - so see it; lots of people go there even on rainy day. cross the bridge - walk and see the staue of mother (yellow river is symbolically mother to local people).
From this dusty town of Baijiu and Cambay this is a nice little spectacle. There is actually nothing to look at.. But for the philosophers and not your average tourists this is a good BRIDGE... Cant drive on the bridge but you can walk to the middle.
This bridge is neither visually spectacular nor techically superior but it has historical importance, being the first real bridge to be built over the Yellow River almost 100 years ago. It is no longer open to traffic although police cars zip through once in a while. You can walk to the middle of the bridge where you can get a... More
I guess the reason why this is listed as a tourist destination is because the bridge is interestingly built by Germans rather than Chinese and hence well made. I didn't learn why the Germans built the bridge and what were they doing in Lanzhou which were my questions. I didnt get these answered by the way. Anyway you can walk... More
This bridge was built by the Germans around 100 years ago and still stands today as a key landmark of Lanzhou. It was the first bridge built across the Yellow River in a provincial level city of China. It is still traveled over daily and you can find all sorts of vendors and photographers and families around the bridge.
It is a very old bridge, made by german engineers some 80 years ago. This is a very good place to view the famous yellow river, and the bridge is not long, so just walk across the bridge and enjoy the breeze above the river.
You can walk in the footsteps of thousands who came along the Silk Road through Lanzhou and crossed the Yellow River, but most not over this bridge. The river does have a yellowish cast , especially if the day is clear. If not, it looks more like a muddy brown. But all the hills around reflect what seem to be... More
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