Anping bridge is a famous girder stone bridge in medieval times, so it has the beauty of "there is no bridge in the world to grow this bridge". Anping bridge on the heart of the water, five pavilions, such as pavilions. Bridge piers method, with long stones and rectangular stones stacked in transverse and longitudinal, quadrate, unilateral ship form, bilateral ship form three forms, such as changhong. In addition, on both sides of the long bridge, there are ancient stone towers and stone statues of Buddha. On the balustrade, there are vivid stone lions of male and female and stone statues of general protecting the bridge, all of which are stone carvings of the southern song dynasty. East bridge head has five hexagonal hollow brick tower, outside daub white ash. High tower long bridge with a beautiful picture.
Anping Bridge was built in Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty for eight years. It is the longest girder stone bridge in the Middle Ages in the world and the longest existing seaport stone bridge in China. It is known as "No Bridge in the World is Long This Bridge". It takes about an hour to walk from the bridgehead to the end of the bridge, with a pavilion in the middle. The bridge is surrounded by Wuli Bridge Scenic Area. It can overlook Anping Bridge on the platform of the scenic area. The scenery is beautiful, and there are many pigeons. It is suggested that the tour time here be about 2 hours.
Anping Bridge, also known as the Wuli Bridge, literally understands that the five-mile-long bridge, one to five-mile bridge, really has five miles after walking. At the beginning, from the entrance of the park, there were many stone tablets inscribed on the bridge at that time. I can't help wondering how difficult it was to build the bridge under the conditions at that time. I admire the ancient people and have the spirit of hardship and perseverance. It's really magnificent to walk to Wuli Bridge. The environment was beautiful and literary, so I couldn't help taking a lot of pictures.
Anping Bridge (also known as "Wuli Bridge") - "2078 meters in length, belongs to the ancient Chinese flagstone Flagstone bridge, which was built in Shaoxing in the Southern Song Dynasty (1138), and lasted 14 years. It is the longest stone bridge in ancient China and a masterpiece of bridge architecture of ancient Han nationality. Located in the bay between Jinjiang Anhai Town and Nanan Shuitou Town, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, China. It enjoys the reputation of "No Bridge in the World is Long This Bridge". It is a national key cultural relic protection unit. It fully embodies the wisdom and talents of the working people of the Han nationality in ancient times and the brilliant achievements in bridge construction.
This historic Anping Bridge is the longest bridge I have ever traveled. It is suitable for me to walk on three or two friends in the morning, or to form a team to play here and expand everything. The place has come here many times.
As the first batch of national key cultural relics, Anping Bridge can be said to be a representative cultural relic. This place was built in the Song Dynasty. It lasted 14 years and was 2,500 meters in length. It was loaded with large slabs by boat during the high tide. The amount of work needed not to be said that it was put in the present or that it is a huge project. At that time, this was a harbor, and the Silk Road on the sea began from the shore of the White Tower (then a lighthouse). Jinjiang people are outstanding, and the Song Dynasty stone carvings are specially left on the central island of Qiao.
Anping Bridge is located in the south of Quannan, across the Jinjiang River Anhai and Nan'an Shuitou townships. It enjoys the reputation of having no bridge in the world. It is really a long bridge in ancient times called Wuli Bridge. Jinjiang City Finance Bureau Station No. 3 bus can go directly to Anhai, Wuli Bridge. Nan'an City Bus goes to Shuitou Station and runs back (some of them will drive to Shijing to pass Wuli Bridge). Parks have been built on both sides of the bridge, with a water Pavilion in the middle. It's worth going. It's free.
Anping Bridge, also known as Wuli Bridge, is the longest stone bridge in ancient China. The day we went to play was sunny and the weather was fine. Besides us, there were only a few tourists. There is a pavilion in the section of the bridge, where you can have a rest and walk slowly and leisurely. It's worth going.
Anping Bridge is also called Wuli Bridge. Known as "No Bridge in the World Long This Bridge". The scenery here is beautiful. The park also has our special sweet soup "Four Fruit Soup" in southern Fujian, and natural fire-reducing Saint "earth bamboo shoot jelly". If you are interested, you can try it.
This is the most beautiful bridge I've ever seen in my life, and I really want to stay here and not go away! _________ Worship the ancestors who built bridges in ancient times. Reeds and egrets are also beautiful foils, envy the people living here, idle walking and stopping is not a beautiful thing?
Walking along the longest stone-framed long bridge in the world since the Middle Ages, Anping Bridge is called Wuli Bridge. It is located on the West Bank of Anhai Town. It is an ancient Chinese long bridge across the sea between Anhai Town and Shuitou Town in Nan'an. It is a national key cultural relic protection unit. According to records, the bridge is 811 feet long and 16 feet wide, so it has the reputation of "there is no bridge in the world long this bridge". The existing Anping Bridge is actually 2070 meters long. Traveling to Anhai, we suggest that everyone walk on the bridge and experience the ancient architectural wisdom at close range. And there is a pavilion and a tower at the end of the bridge, the pavilion is the water center pavilion, the pagoda is the white pagoda, and there is a pavilion named Zhongting in the bridge, which are all famous scenic spots in Anhai.