Hien Luong Bridge and MuseumSeptember 4, 2018 in Vietnam ⋅ ⛅ 34 °C
I mentioned it was a long day so much to see and learn about and we are still learning.
The Hien Luong Bridge is a bridge across the Ben Hai river, which was part of the border between North and South Vietnam from 1954 until the reunification in 1976. The bridge is an important national monument to the reunification of Vietnam.
The bridge is now just a pedestrian bridge. You can walk across the old bridge over the entire length 165 metres. We did not walk across as it was quite hot today.
We then visited the museum which is near the bridge which houses propaganda war remnants and two memorials.Read more