The whole bridge is made of wood without steel nails, it is said. And the walls are quite wide. Why is it called College Bridge? Because under the bridge is the Academy Art Museum, which I personally understand. Haha, there are public telephone booths and newsstands under the bridge.
The main waterway of the Rialto Bridge in Venice, Italy, is the longest street (four kilometers) running through Venice. With the Scarge Bridge and the College Bridge to become Venice's three famous bridges. Chinese name Italian marble single-hole bridge in Rialto Bridge area, Venice, Italy, 1588-1591
Although the bridge is not famous for sighing bridge and Rialto bridge, it is the second bridge on the Venice Grand Canal after Rialto bridge, named for its Academy Art Museum in the northwest. This is a wooden arch bridge, with St. Vidal's and Mercy's grounds at both ends. Standing on the College Bridge, you can see the beautiful Notre Dame Church of Ankang.