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Superb views of Ile St. Louis from this bridge that carries a lot of motor traffic as well as foot traffic. And leads to a very cool part of the Left Bank. Modern statute of import Ste. Genevieve here.
This bridge crosses the Seine from the Quai de la Tournelle on Le Rive Gauche to the Ile Saint-Louis. The main span is a single stone arch, connected to either bank by 2 smaller stone arches. On le rive gauche there is a single pylon...More
One of the bridges connecting the Left Bank to the Ile de Saint Louis - one of the two natural islands in Paris, the bridge offers views over the Cathedral de Notre Dame and is great for photos and selfies.
Apparently the original bridge here was a wooden bridge and built in 1620. After it got destroyed by ice several years later, a stone bridge got erected instead in 1654. It was demolished almost 300 years later and replaced by the current bridge in 1928....More
Point de la Tournelle, which connects the Left Bank of the Seine with Ile Saint-Louis, first caught my attention years ago from above. I was sitting in La Tour d'Argent restaurant admiring the view and wondered about the pylon with statue on the bridge directly...More
Pont de la Tournalle is one of the bridges connecting Ile Saint-Louis with Paris mainland.
While the bridge is not connected to Ile de la Cite, it offers excellent The bridge offers excellent views of the Notre Dame and the Ile de la Cite, especially...More