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Kissing Bridge

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UbertouristHJK wrote a review Feb 2020
Manalapan, New Jersey21 contributions28 helpful votes
From a distance it looks lovely and that is how you should both see and photograph it. Up close it is falling apart.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jules F wrote a review Dec 2019
Chester, United Kingdom9 contributions
A must see for visitors to Guyana. In the botanical gardens near to the zoo. Manatees in the pond are amazing.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Greg Imlach wrote a review Dec 2019
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This Bridge is usually used by the Romantic during Courting and sometimes Proposals. Unfortunately I wasn't on a Romantic visit but just couldn't help taking out a photo on this iconic site.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Bill E wrote a review Jun 2019
Columbus, Georgia179 contributions45 helpful votes
The Botanical Garden had at least three of these bridges. If looking for a good place to walk the garden is worthwhile, and you will see these bridges.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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saronic wrote a review Mar 2019
Zurich, Switzerland18919 contributions1846 helpful votes
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There are two similar looking arched iron footbridges, which mainly seem to act as decorative elements of Georgetown's Botanical Garden. The name 'Kissing Bridge' apparently comes from a traditional kiss that newly-weds used to give each other, while standing on this bridge. Maybe this traditon still continues. One bridge can be crossed with dry feet, the other ends in the middle of a pond. Quite funny.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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