There are 35 bridges on the Seine River. The Alexander III Bridge is the most splendid one. Arriving at the Seine River, instead of participating in the boat tour arranged by the travel agency, we walked along the river from the pier to the bridge, carefully observed the scenery of the bridge, and walked back and forth on the bridge. Every entrance of the bridge is erected with high corner columns. The plant and garland patterns on the bridge are exquisite and highly ornamental. Looking at this bridge, I can't help thinking of the Wuning Road Bridge in Shanghai. Some people say that it imitates this bridge. It's a bit like this, but its temperament is far from perfect.
The Alexander III Bridge was completed in 1900. The 107-metre-long body consists of a bridge arch. The lower body of the bridge does not affect the view of the Champs Elysees and the Royal Military Academy. As a symbol of the friendship between France and Russia at that time, the bridge was named after Alexander III, the founder of the bridge and father of Czar Nicholas II. At both ends and sides of the bridge, there is a huge stone pillar. The stone pillar is a statue of bronze-plated knights. The flying horse is very vivid, and it is an excellent work of art. The bridge is very conspicuous on the Seine River because of its magnificent sculpture and decoration.
One of the most beautiful arch bridges on the Sela River connects the Champs-Elysee Avenue and the Rongjun Academy Square. The bridge body at the end of the bridge is decorated with magnificent and exquisite ornaments and sculptures of the golden wall. From the bridge you can also see the Eiffel Tower, which is the favorite place for photographers to take pictures!
Alexander III Bridge is a bridge connecting the left and right banks of Paris, especially because it connects the Eiffel Tower and the Royal Academy. The golden statue of the bridge blinds the eyes of visitors on a sunny day. People who come here will not forget to take photos here. It is said that the bridge is the most luxurious one on the Seine River. There are many bridges on the Seine River, but it is indeed the most magnificent and solemn one.
The Alexander III Bridge was completed in 1900 and is 107 meters long. As a symbol of the friendship between France and Russia at that time, the bridge was named after Alexander III, the founder of the bridge and father of Czar Nicholas II. At both ends and sides of the bridge, there is a huge stone pillar. The stone pillar is a statue of bronze-plated knights. The flying horse is very vivid, and it is an excellent work of art. Every entrance of the bridge is erected with high corner columns. The bridge body is a group of aquatic animal and plant patterns and a group of garland patterns; the delicate metal street lamps on the bridge add more charm at night. The bridge connects the Champs Elysees on both sides of the Strait with the Plaza de Royal Court of Paris. The north side of the bridge is the Grand Palace and the Little Palace, and the south side is the Rong Military Academy.
Alexander III Bridge, built in 1900, is 107 meters long. It consists of a bridge arch. Its deck connects Champs Elysees Street and the Royal Military Academy. It is the most beautiful bridge on the Seine River. On both sides of the bridge, there is a huge stone pillar. The stone pillar is a statue of bronze-plated knights, with vivid and exquisite workmanship. There are two best ways to take pictures of the bridge. One is to take pictures when a cruise ship passes under the bridge, the other is to take pictures when walking on the front bridge.
Paris is a city of bridges. Alexander III Bridge is one of the most beautiful and magnificent bridges. The Champs Elysees and the Academy of Royal Military are connected at both ends. On the bridge, I met a couple who took wedding photos, looking at the Eiffel Tower under the uncertain sky, with different angles and interesting ideas.
Situated on the Seine River in Paris, the Alexander III Bridge was laid on October 7, 1896 by Czar Nicolas II and then French President Francois Sally Fowl, and was completed at the Expo in Paris in 1900. The whole bridge is magnificent and magnificent. It was named after Russian Czar Alexander III. The bridge connects the Champs Elysees Avenue on both sides of the Strait with the Plaza of the Royal Court of Paris. On the two pillars on the left bank are French symbols representing the Renaissance and Louis XIV periods. On the two pillars on the right bank, there are symbols of ancient France and modern France.
Alexander III Bridge is the most famous bridge on the Seine River in Paris. It is a bridge wrapped with marble outside the steel structure. It has a long history of modelling atmosphere, especially the four golden statues at the end of the bridge. It is also a classic of Paris bridges, which is imitated by bridges in many places.
Damimi's favorite bridge is good. Look at other bridges. Understand why this bridge looks good. Last time, Italy really lost the golden brilliance. Fortunately, France is rich enough to keep the old buildings intact and maintain the history. It also needs funds to maintain the sightseeing boat. Watch the pedestrians walk through the Alexander III Bridge from which angle you like.