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The Long Bien bridge across the Red River connects Hanoi with the main port of Haiphong. Designed by Gustave Eiffel, the bridge sustained significant damage during the Vietnam War. Only half of the bridge retains its original shape, but a rebuilding...more
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We decided to walk across the Long Bien Bridge crossing the Red River. A bit nail biting in some places but so glad we did it. We witnessed people standing on the train lines having their pictures taken then as we got to the other...More
this old bridge was seen so many fights in the past, from French-Vietnam war to America-Vietnam war. I have come here twice, one time in 2015, and this time. Why did I feel so scared? Because it was old, I and my gf stood on...More
We saw the photos of the bridge on Instagram and wanted to click a photo ourselves. We went there following the ceramic mosaic wall and did click photos. It is a old bridge with history for sure, especially since it was built by Eiffel. However,...More
This is one of my Free Walking Tour stops of the Old Quarter and was quite a walk from the Wholesale Market and my tour guide told me that it is a famous bridge because most Vietnamese think that the designer of the bridge is...More
We went there by joining the motorbike backside street tour. We can even climb over on the train track to take photos. Need to be careful as the train lines are still on service. Beautiful photos taking site. Rustle bridge got so much character!
This bridge across the west river was designed by George Eiffel and was quite elaborate. It was damaged in the war
and rebuilt, though in a lesser manner. Today it is reserved for foot traffic or small motor transportation. If you don't walk across it...More