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I am sure that you won't know how wonderful this day was !
We went to the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge on today's morning, when you are standing under the bridge, you will think it's very long , but actually it's only about 1.67 km,...More
When I was at school, I have learnt the first Yangtze river bridge, but never have chance to visit before. It is both for vehicles and railway, first bridge at Yangtze river and built by both Chinese and Russian Engineers. Due to the construction of...More
Wuhan Yangtze river bridge, "miles Yangtze river first bridge" lies between Yu Wuchang snake mountain and hanyang guishan river, is China in the first bridge built over the river, it is of great significance in the history of Chinese QiaoLiangShi. Construction began on September 1,...More
This is the oldest bridge in Wuhan over the Yangtze River. Was built after the 2nd world war with the help of the Russian engineering and still stands tall and is one of the most important connections in the center of wuhan.
It is an...More
As I said, the bridge is huge, so if you have been walking all the day, I suggest you come next day. I was exhausted, rowds of people, the weather was dreadfully hot.. I didn't make it to the water, but it took as long...More
I took this bridge in Wuchang. There are two ways to get on it: via stairs or via elevator.
I definitely recommend to take the elevator, paying the fee for the ticket (2 rmb) and visit the floor/museum that is recalling the story of the...More
No admission fees to walk on the bridge. Bus can get you there, easily. While at the edge of the bridge, you would probably want to visit the Golden Crane Temple. Just three blocks from the end of the bridge. Very worth... More
No admission fees to walk on the bridge. Bus can get you there, easily. While at the edge of the bridge, you would probably want to visit the Golden Crane Temple. Just three blocks from the end of the bridge. Very worth while. Verl Anderson