History and visit the Pont Neuf in Paris
The Pont Neuf is the oldest bridge residing in Paris. With a length of 238 m and 20 m wide with It spans the Seine in western peak of Ile de la Cité. Built in the late sixteenth century and completed in the exordium of the seventeenth century. It is his name that formed the original bridge. There was no housing and curbs bardant walkers and mire the horses.
It is also the only bridge in paris full cross the Seine. You can discover the inscription “New Bridge”, but the “Pont Neuf” on its sides. This structure is recognized as a historic monument since 1889. In 1991, he was drafted in World Heritage of UNESCO, with the collective piers of the Seine in Paris.
The new bridge is generally referred bridge masonry or stone bridge or arched bridge, indicating a method of its construction. Calquant on the particular form of bridges built during antiquity to the beginning of the twentieth century. Masonry bridges formed essentially the line of arch bridges, defined by interactions and supports the abutments to the back.
Materials to build rock vaults are pruned very strong pressure, but do not have enough flexibility to be shaped by the way. Materials other arch bridges are made of wood, concrete or prestressed concrete show a true flexibility and can work in curvature, allowing spans more substantial.
Transfers Pont Neuf at Paris airports
The pont-neuf is 19.2 km from Orly airport , 32.33 km from Charles de Gaulle Airport and 92.2 km from the airport of Beauvais.