River Seine Bridges in Paris France Page 2
You can find numerous bridges over the River Seine in Paris, and many of these date back hundreds of years, but there are also new more modern bridges that help this capital keep on growing as more people move to live in the city, along with the millions of tourist that visit each year..
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The Pont de Tolbiac over the River Seine was the last bridge in Paris to be made of stone in the late 1800s and connects Quai de Bercy and Quai de la Gare
- Photos of Pont de Tolbiac
The Pont de Grenelle travels over the River Seine in Paris and connects to the Ile aux Cygnes island in the middle of the river where the Statue of Liberty stands.
The Pont National over the River Seine connects between Quai Panhard et Levassor on the right bank and Boulevard Massena on the left bank of the river.
The Pont Charles de Gaulle is one of the newer bridges in Paris which was designed to ease traffic between two of the busiest train stations in the city.
- Photos of Pont Charles de Gaulle
Original constructed back in the 1800s, the Pont de Bercy over the River Seine in Paris connects the 12th and 13th Arrondissements of the city.
- Photos of Pont de Bercy
The Pont Mirabeau was constructed in 1893 with three metal arches, and at the time became the longest and highest bridge over the River Seine in Paris.
This particular bridge in Paris called the Passerelle Debilly is a cycle and foot bridge over the River Seine which was constructed in 1900 for the World Fair.
The Pont d’Austerlitz was first constructed during Napoleon Bonaparte reign, and since this time the bridge has been reconstructed, strengthened and widened.
- Photos of Pont d’Austerlitz
The Viaduc d’Austerlitz is one of the Paris bridges over the River Seine that is purely a metro railway bridge which was designed at the start of the 1900s.
- Photos of Viaduc d’Austerlitz
The Passerelle Mornay is a pedestrian bridge in Paris that crosses over the section of Canal Saint-Martin where the Port de l’Arsenal marina is located.
- Photos of Passerelle Mornay
In line with The Louvre Museum, the Pont du Carrousel over the River Seine connects the Quai Voltaire on the South bank to Quai des Tuileries.
- Photos of statue La Ville de Paris
- Photos of statue La Seine
- Photos of statue Abundance
- Photos of statue Industry
- History of Pont du Carrousel
The Pont du Garigliano is at present the highest bridge in Paris which was constructed in the 1960s to replace an old viaduct bridge at the same location.
This unusual bridge in Paris is a lenticular truss bridge designed for pedestrians and cyclists that connects Bibliotheque Francois-Mitterand to Parc de Bercy.
- Photos of Passerelle Simone de Beauvoir
You can find the Pont Morland bridge with its old floodgates at the southern end of Canal Saint-Martin connecting Port de l’Arsenal to the River Seine.
Constructed in 1990s the Passerelle Leopold Sedar Senghor bridge connects Quai des Tuileries on the right bank of the River Seine to Quai Anatole France.
The Paris bridge Pont des Invalides you can see today was constructed in 1854 and was designed by Paul-Martin Gallocher de Lagalisserie and Jules Savarin.
- Photos of military trophy sculpture eastside
- Photos of military trophy sculpture westside
- Photos of Maritime Victory statue eastside
- Photos of Land Victory statue westside
This Paris railway bridge over the River Seine was constructed for the 1900 World Fair, which was built by engineers Moise and Widmer and architect Bonnet.
The Pont Levant de la Rue de Crimee is a historical lift bridge in Paris that was constructed in 1885 and is still fully working today over Canal de l’Ourcq.
The Passerelle de la Moselle footbridge bridge crosses the Bassin de la Villette in the 19th Arrondissement between Quai de la Seine and Quai de la Loire.
The Pont Flottant de la Villette is a floating bridge used on the Canal de l’Ourcq in Parc de la Villette during the warmer months helping tourists cross the canal.
- Photos of Pont Flottant De La Villette
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