The Margaret Bridge is famous for its simple construction style and clear lines. She is not only a scene, but also a distinctive name. Its name comes from two women in the seventeenth century, but the reason has been forgotten along with the long historical river, leaving a rich imagination space for later generations.
The suspension bridge was slowly separated, opened, erected, and the boat was slowly moving across the rear bridge. The cars waiting on both sides of the bridge were moving normally again. It was spectacular. Maybe it was the first time that the card was fresh to see.
The Margaret Bridge is a wooden suspension bridge across the Amsterdam River. It is now a replica of the original one. It has a very simple and beautiful appearance. This bridge must be crossed during a boat tour in Amsterdam, because it is so famous that it appears on the painting in the Van Gogh Museum, so it has become a famous scenic spot in the city.
Although the Marger Bridge is not long, it can be separated to allow boats to pass through the river and is worth watching. Every day there are many people passing through it, leading to both sides of the river.
There are so many bridges, but the only one that seems to be most popular is the Margaret Bridge, a very typical suspension bridge.
There are many lifting suspension bridges in the Netherlands. Magere suspension bridges have gained some fame for being on the Amsterdam River and are said to be the only wooden bridge on the Amsterdam River. The name of the bridge has some allusions: first, the architect's surname Magere; second, the Dutch meaning of Magere is small, and the bridge is also small; third, a pair of sisters who lived by the bridge were also named Magere.
The bridge is very long and narrow. Later, the light is more beautiful against the river. It passes by without taking a night view. When the boat passes, it opens and closes beautifully and is worth seeing. Pretty good
It's a suspension bridge over the Amsterdam River. It's made of wood. It's beautiful in shape. Especially at night, it's beautiful in light. You can see it when you're on a cruise ship.
It's said that there are a few existing wooden suspension bridges in Amsterdam (actually there's another one beside them), and they are also the simplest ones in Amsterdam. When I came back, I found that there were many stories about the bridge, and they might be contradictory. Let's take NBTC's instructions as our guide. As early as 1691, a bridge was built here, because it connects the two sides of the Kerkstraat River and is called the Kerkstraat Bridge. Because of its narrowness, it is called Mahali suspension bridge or "thin bridge" (Mahali means "thin" in Dutch). Now we see the Mahali suspension bridge built in 1934, which underwent several renovations. Until 1994, the bridge had to be opened and closed manually by two administrators. The two halves of the bridge must be perfectly aligned when it is closed, so it is difficult to succeed. The administrator must stand on the bridge and balance with his body's strength. Now, of course, there's a mechanical control system on the bridge. When I got there, it was about 5 o'clock, but it was said that the most beautiful time was at night, because there were more than 1,800 lights on the bridge, which reflected the water.