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The 'claim to fame' for this bridge is the fact that it was heavily bombed during the Tet offensive and almost destroyed. As it was the only bridge across the river at that time it was obviously important. Now it's just another bridge.
Bridges are geographic and cultural units to me. They connect people and country and also offer the best photographic experiences. The bridges in Hue have pedestrian paths so stopping over the Perfume River is so easy! So walk the bridges, see the city, try a...More
Granted, this is not Hué's greatest attraction. But it provides a nice way to get to the old city, good views of the Perfume River and its boat traffic and -as usual in Vietnam- the mesmerizing flow of motorbikes. Not bad for an undistinguished iron...More
Is this really an attraction?
It links the west bank (citadel) of Hue with the east bank, where most of us stay when visiting. It is a bridge, yes really.
It's busy with traffic, but this is Vietnam after all.