Inhabited bridge, Lovetch, bulgaria discussion
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Inhabited bridge, Lovetch, bulgaria
Eastern bridge of the inhabited bridges of Europe, the particularity of this one is that it is fully covered with a roof. The History says that it has been rebuilt in 1874, due to a flood, and, in 1931 due to a fire.
The sixth bridge will not appear in my collection. the satellite view is so bad... It is situated in the French Brittany, close to the western point of the country. Its name is "bridge de Rohan" on the river Elorn, in the little city of Landerneau.
In fact, it's not an inhabitad bridge. It's a covered bridge like a long house with a lot of windows. I have been there but forgotten to make a file of it :-(. It's a beautiful bridge.
Last edited by sladys; 12-27-2008 at 11:59 PM.
The french bridge is the Pont de Rohan in Landerneau, it was first mentioned in 1336. In 1510 it was rebuild as we see it today.
Here is the location and photos:
thank you for the information, Sladys.
Now, I understand the reason why, the bridge of Lovetch doesn┤t appear in some of the "pages" that I visit yesterday.
About the bridge of Landerneau, it┤s a very pleasant place to visit.
On a very old postcard, bought in Paris, that I got in my flat, it┤s possible to compare the bridge with more than a century. Nothing has change!!!
Very good work.
Bye, hasta luego!