Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Historical Long Bien Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam


Long Bien Bridge is another popular historical attraction to visit in Hanoi, Vietnam. It was originally named after Paul Doumer, the Governor-General of Indochina but renamed to Long Bien after Vietnamese independence in 1945. 

Long Bien Bridge has become an important route to connect from Hanoi city to the main port of Haiphong and vice versa. The locals travel between these two cities by two wheels vehicle like, bicycle or motorcycle (motorbike) or by train.

 
Long Biên Bridge which connects two parts of the city of Hanoi, Vietnam
Long Biên Bridge which connects two parts of the city of Hanoi, Vietnam


Ga Long Bien Railway Station is situated near to Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam
Ga Long Bien Railway Station is situated near to Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam


Taking the picture at the corner of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam
Taking the picture at the corner of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam


A closer look of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam
A closer look of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam


The view of busy street from the top of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam
The view of busy street from the top of Long Biên Bridge in Hanoi, Vietnam


Interesting custom made of tribike or trimotor with rear car sit in Hanoi, Vietnam
Interesting custom made of tribike or trimotor with rear car sit in Hanoi, Vietnam

 
On the way heading back from Long Bien Bridge, we saw a beautiful historical Saint Joseph Cathedral in Hanoi, Vietnam
On the way heading back from Long Bien Bridge, we saw a beautiful historical Saint Joseph Cathedral in Hanoi, Vietnam

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