Long Bien Bridge is the first steel bridge across the Red River connecting Hoan Kiem District with Long Bien District of Hanoi. The bridge was built by the French , which was inaugurated in 1902 as Doumer. After the successful August Revolution of 1945, the bridge was renamed as Long Bien as it is now. The bridge is for single-track rail in the middle, two sides are the roads for motor vehicles and walking roads.
Long Bien bridge nearly 2km long by contractors Daydé & Pillé construction.
Existing in Hanoi in the XIX and XX centuries, the Long Bien Bridge not only brought on the wounds of war but also the traces of victory glory. After more than 100 years, the Long Bien bridge has experienced many ups and downs. Old railroads, yellow bridge are features that are easy to see immediately. This old bridge has since become a memorable, precious memorial with Hanoi people and is a place to attract so many people to come here to take photos to save the time color.
Chuong Duong Bridge - the heart of the people of Hanoi
The Chuong Duong Bridge is the large bridge in Vietnam which was first designed and constructed without the technical assistance of foreign engineers. Chuong Duong Bridge is located one kilometer from Long Bien Bridge to the Red River , connecting Phuc Tan Ward, Hoan Kiem District, to Bo De Ward, Long Bien District. The bridge was inaugurated in 1985 with the task of sharing traffic pressure for the Long Bien bridge at that time.
Chuong Duong Bridge crosses the Red River, keeping important traffic
The Chuong Duong Bridge was the first and most successful step of the Hanoi engineers and workers, and it became a pride of people of Hanoi. Chuong Duong Bridge contributes to the beginning of self-mastery, creativity, mark the new development of the bridge industry. The bridge after completion has partly helped Long Bien bridge completely stop traffic congestion lasted time.
Nhat Tan Bridge - the first cable-stayed bridge in Hanoi
Nhat Tan Bridge is located in a total of seven bridges across the Red River which was inaugurated in early 2015 on the 1,000th anniversary of Thang Long - Hanoi. The architecture of the Nhat Tan Bridge is the most distinctive of the bridges in Hanoi, structured in the form of multi-stranded cable stayed bridges with five diamond pillars and six spans.
The Nhat Tan cable bridge is not only of great economic significance but also of political and social significance.
Nhat Tan Bridge connects Nhat Tan - Noi Bai road to create a modern highway, shortening the time moving from Noi Bai airport to Hanoi center. The bridge is considered to be the new symbol of the capital with five spans representing the five gates. The best of Nhat Tan Bridge is probably at night, because each of the "gates" is lighted in a different color. After the inauguration, Nhat Tan Bridge became a new shooting spot for people of Hanoi.
It can be said that the bridge across the Red River is a part of the soul of Hanoi . These bridges have contributed to the development of the road transport system, bringing great economic benefits, bringing both spiritual values and memories.