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The Harbin Bridge on the Sino-Eastern Railway will become a tourist destination

Harbin Bridge on the Chinese Eastern Railway after a hundred years of work will be closed to transport and will become a tourist destination, reports Xinhua news agency.

The historic bridge, known as the Binzhou Railway Bridge, was built in a year and a half under the guidance of an engineer from tsarist Russia and commissioned on October 2, 1901. The 949-meter long bridge first connected Russia with Northeast China by rail across the Songhuajiang River.

The bridge has long attracted tourists as a historical object and as an opportunity to admire the river landscapes and the city panorama. In 2008, it was included in the 3 All-China Census of Cultural Monuments.

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