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Princes Bridge

4/5
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Recommended Sightseeing Time: 0.5-1 hour
Address: Swanston Street | St Kilda Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Princes Bridge connects the Central Business District to the southern suburbs of Melbourne. Pedestrians cross the bridge to reach the National Gallery of Victoria and the Arts District. It is also very popular among cyclists. Trams traveling along St Kilda Road cross the bridge. When John Batman declared "This is a village place" in 1835, it was clear that Melborn needed a good bridge. The construction of the current bridge was completed in 1888. The bridge is 30 meters wide and 120 meters (400 feet) long. This sturdy bridge is made of blue stone (Melbourne's favorite building material), granite, concrete and cast iron. It has served Melburnians for more than 100 years. The Prince Bridge is one of the oldest arch bridges still in use. By the way, the bridge is named after Edward, Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII.

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