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Songhuajiang Gonglu Bridge

Hetu Street, Daoli District, Harbin 150090, China
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Bridge that connects South and North

This particular bridge span across the Songhua River is a vital route between the developing North... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
Oahu, Hawaii
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This bridge dot have nothing special, if you wan to take a good pict recommend you next bridge (3rd... read more

Reviewed 2 February 2017
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  • Excellent23%
  • Very good30%
  • Average42%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
15 Apr 2017
“Bridge that connects South and North”
31 Jan 2017
“Nice at night but still just a bridge”
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Hetu Street, Daoli District, Harbin 150090, China
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Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

This particular bridge span across the Songhua River is a vital route between the developing North and the already congested South. The bridge is not an architectural marvel or imposing like other newly erected bridge in China. However, it is part of this historical city.

Thank retiredhaha
Reviewed 2 February 2017

This bridge dot have nothing special, if you wan to take a good pict recommend you next bridge (3rd Ring Road), like from fairy tale

Thank EugenKhv
Reviewed 1 February 2017

The newer bridge has an old Eastern European influence and it is pretty nice at night. You will pass it en route to the Ice Festival. However, that being said, it's still just a bridge.

Thank Daniel A
Reviewed 28 July 2016 via mobile

Uncountable numbers of vehicle pass through, the arota of city, which connected Songbei residential area to south part of city. Most of people go to work or school will pass this bridge. There are a new bridge built a few years ago beside the old...More

Thank TommyVCT
Reviewed 11 March 2016

You cross this bridge to get to the Ice Festival and other attractions. The on ramps are big circles that allow you to look back on the City which comes alive at night.

Thank wazza53
Reviewed 24 January 2016

It may simply be a bridge over the Xinhua River, but the two domes perched atop the columns are worth seeing and photographing.

Thank gastronaut_11
Reviewed 11 January 2016

No comparison with some of the best bridges in the world, nevertheless, it's still one of the most stable, strong, and great bridges in China! Connecting from the Sun Island to the mainland in Harbin, think about how else to cross the river without the...More

Thank Laxiaozi08200912
Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

We visited this morning for sports activities under the bridge , the rivers turn to snows fiels, it's quite fun but the tickets is too expensive, 280 yuan per person, and each activities only allowed once, the the skiers bike and car is quite interesting,...More

Thank Lina J
Reviewed 21 November 2015

What can I say, this is a bridge to Sun Island, which has winter sports, and the ice & snow sculptures. Dress warm!

Thank John4me
Reviewed 10 February 2014 via mobile

Nothing special about the way it looks, or how it's been built. Views aren't that great due to the perpetual mist in harbin during winter.

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