带着Cici看世界Richmond is located 27 kilometers northeast of Hobart, just a 30-minute drive from the city center. The historic Richmond straddles the Coal River 27 kilometers northeast of Hobart. Although there are only 800 residents, it is only a few hundred meters from the entrance to the exit. It is estimated that it takes less than an hour to walk around the town. But because it has more than fifty 19th century buildings (most of which are now hotels, providing high-quality accommodation), as well as the oldest existing church and stone bridge in Australia, it is undisputedly Tasmania It is a historical town with the reputation of "Little Bridge and Flowing Water Church". The Richmond Bridge is the pride of the town. The stone bridge was built by prisoners in 1832. It is the oldest bridge still in use. The lawn beside the bridge is endless green, the wild ducks are playing in groups around the riverbank, and the river flows under the bridge, which is a quiet paradise. 500 meters away from the ancient bridge, it is the first Roman Catholic church in Australia. St. John's Catholic Church was built in 1836. There is also an ice cream shop in the small town. Have you seen "Heartbeat Again" starring Rainie Yang and Xiaozhu? In the play, Yang Xiaoyu sits in this position, eating ice cream alone!
陌染MMTraveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. The town of Richmond is one of the oldest towns. The Richmond Stone Bridge is an arch bridge located in the town of Richmond. It is the oldest bridge still in use in Australia. The bridge was built by prison laborers and was completed in 1825. It was originally named Big Bridge, named after Royal Commissioner John Big. The raw material of the Richmond Bridge is sandstone from the Butchers Hill Quarry, which is transported to the construction site by the prisoners on a trolley. The bridge has four large arches and two small arches, all designed according to the characteristics of the water flow.