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Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge

The Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhan, completed in 1957, was the first bridge ever built over the Yangtze River. The Yangtze River Bridge is 1,670 meters in length and has two levels, one for cars and one for trains. This is also known as the first highway/railway bridge in China. Visitors to the bridge can take an elevator up the towers and look out upon the Yangtze River and the surrounding scenery. The Yangtze River Bridge is extremely firm. It has not been harmed even during the huge Wenchuan Earthquake in 2008.
Extending from Tortoise Hill (Gui Shan) in Hanyang to Snake Hill (She Shan) in Wuchang, the Yangtze River Bridge has not only improved the transportation in Wuhan City, but also enhanced the communication between the north and the south of the river. Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge Is not only a bridge, but also a famous travel site. Here's some guide information in your travel of Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge: Address: Inside Wuhan City, Shandong Province. Contact number: 0086- 027-83460661  Admission Fee:CNY3/Person for the elevator  Opening Hours: all day long.

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