Long Bien Bridge
A 100 year old bridge was built in 1903 by the architects of Daydé & Pillé, a French company.It was known as Paul-Doumer Bridge in French colonial time before its name was changed to Long Bien. The bridge is crossing Red River, in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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|Captured:||May 28, 2011|
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