Not far from the Capelle Bridge, very much like the Capelle Bridge, except for the octagonal tower, the bridge is a little short, we arrived late, there was no sun, the photos did not have the Capelle Bridge beautiful, in fact it was beautiful
I thought that Lucerne was particularly famous for a Capel bridge.
Later, I wandered around in the old town of Lucerne, and when I walked inside, I found a wooden covered bridge.
There are not as many tourists there as Capel Bridge, and I saw someone taking wedding photos.
A walk on the bridge is also a corner bridge with many murals on it, introducing the history of the Black Death.
In the Huaqiao of Lucerne~~~ The weather is fine, and you can take a big shot~~~ There are not many tourists, you can sit on the bench for a nap~~~ Maybe you are the scenery in the eyes of others~~~
2. most known bridge of Luzern, worth visitng at the same time as the other one
Provo for bridge is one of the most famous two covered bridge lucerne, was built in 1408, under the 67 boards painted "the dance of death", by Kaspar Meglinger painted in 1626. The picture describes that the black death in Europe popular sights, painting characters in both men and women, the distinction between rich and poor, young or old will not escape the call of the god of death, very shocked. In German the word "Spreuer" has the meaning of "chaff", when the bridge is the only place to the wheat shell has fallen into the river, so also called chaff bridge. Across the bridge to the north, the left is the way to the jose siegel walls.
Everyone who comes to Lucerne has seen and knew the Carbell Covered Bridge, but about 150 meters upstream of the Roy New River, there is a covered bridge that is older than the Carbell Covered Bridge, called the Sploer Covered Bridge. In ancient times, it was the only way to buy food, so it was also called the "Branch Bridge." In the middle of the bridge, there is probably the smallest church in the world, which can only accommodate one priest and believer. There are also exquisite ancient paintings on the triangular roof of the covered bridge.