Beautiful Tri-Bridges Around the World

Kikko Bridge, Mie, Japan, is a three way foot bridge in Aoyama-Kohgen Golf Club. It was built in 1991 and gives easy access from club house to the to golf courses around a small pond.

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Margaret Bridge (Margit Hid), Budapest, Hungary, was built between 1872-76 and connects Buda and Pest across the river Danube.

Aioi Bridge, Hiroshima, Japan, is the historic and the tragic T-bridge which was used as target for the dropping of first atom bomb on August 6, 1945. The bomb missed slightly, exploding in the air over Shima Hospital located 300 meters away from the bridge. However the bridge was badly damaged due to the blast.

And the bridge today

The Tridge, Midland, Michigan, is a three-way footbridge above the confluence of the Chippewa and Tittabawassee Rivers.

Y-Bridge, Zanesville, Ohio, spans confluence of the Licking and Muskingum Rivers.

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Trinity Bridge, Crowland, Lincolnshire, England, dates to the 14th century. Originally it spanned the river Welland and its streams Nene, and Catwater which flowed through the town. The river was later rerouted and the bridge now sits high and dry in the center of the town.

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Chu Y Bridge, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, was built in 1937. However it was renovated and enlarged in 2009.

A tri-bridge in Comacchio, a small Italian city on the river Po delta. It’s a 17th century bridge, built upon the crossing of five canals.

The Lune Millennium Bridge is a cable-stayed footbridge which spans the River Lune in Lancaster, England.


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