The Architecture of Bridges

Wherever you travel, one of things that it almost always on the list of the things to see in a city will be a historic bridge. Obviously, bridges serve an important function to allow people to cross rivers or large crevasses safely. Over time, though, they became places to display art and statues or were dedicated to honor famous citizens of a city. We have seen many fascinating bridges over the years and it would be hard for us to choose a favorite. Whether it is the height of the bridge in Ronda, the uniqueness of Ponte Vecchio in Florence, or the artwork of the Charles Bridge in Prague, they are all beautiful in their own way. The beauty of bridges isn’t isolated to Europe as we have seen many interesting bridges in the US as well in places like Chicago and Pittsburgh. What is the most interesting bridge that you have seen?


Ronda, Spain


Cologne, Germany


Medieval Bridge in Nuremberg


Chicago, Illinois


Ponte Vecchio


Yellow Bridges in Pittsburgh


Charles Bridge in Prague


One of the Many Bridges in Amsterdam


Artwork in Paris


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6 Responses to The Architecture of Bridges

  1. The Ha-Penny Bridge in Dublin Ireland was fun with all of it lover’s locks secured to the vertical slats. My favorite though was the Carrick-de-Rede Rope Bridge in County in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

  2. Len Kagami says:

    A wonderful collection of bridges! The one in Roda is pretty impressive πŸ™‚

  3. jasonlikestotravel says:

    Tower Bridge in London, Ponte Vecchio and Sydney Harbour Bridge are the standouts for me that I’ve seen πŸ™‚

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