Charles de Gaulle bridge (Pont Charles de Gaulle) in Paris


Interesting in architectural terms, similar to the wing of an airplane, the 37th bridge in Paris - the Charles de Gaulle bridge - connects the Austerlitz and Lyons train stations. The bridge is 238 meters long and 35 meters wide.

The name of the bridge is known to many from history lessons, because that was the name of the first president of the Fifth Republic.

The Charles de Gaulle bridge, in addition to its architectural design, also distinguished itself by its power - the bridge is able to withstand a huge weight. According to the latest tests, the bridge withstood 5 tons.

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