Phat Diem tile bridge, longevity with time

Throughout its history, the tiled bridge has been cared for by the government and people of Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. Although it has been repaired many times, Phat Diem tile bridge basically retains the same shape and architecture as before, creating more beauty of the An river and the space in the district town. The bridge has 3 spans, each span has 4 spaces. The length of this bridge is 36m, the width is 3m. The two sides of the bridge have three steps, only pedestrians can cross the bridge. On the bridge is the roof of the bridge with the traditional red tile of the Northern Delta. The pillars, beams and beams of the bridge are entirely made of wood; The roof banks of both ends of the bridge have a slight deflection, creating an elegant and gentle bridge shape. Thanks to this design, Phat Diem tile bridge has its own beauty, unlike any other rake, although simple, light but beautiful.

Almost on the bridge truss there are no decorative carvings, only the edges are small, rustic and genuine like people of Kim Son near Tam Coc Ninh Binh. The part of the roof, the edge of the bridge at the top of the bridge is only illuminated, decorated with simple seals. The pillars on the roof bank create the shape of bottle cheeks in the art style of the Nguyen Dynasty in the early 20th century. Over 100 years old, despite the rain, wind, storms, Phat Diem tile bridge still maintains its solidity, solidity and unique ancient architecture. The bridge stands tall for more than a century, as a historical proof, witnessing the changes day by day in the land here. Compared with Hoi An Bridge Pagoda and Thanh Toan Tile Bridge, Phat Diem Tile Bridge has a light and elegant appearance, showing the special creative talents of the Catholic people. This is considered one of the rare bridges and has the highest artistic value among the ancient bridges in Vietnam.

For the people of Phat Diem near Tam Coc Ninh Binh, the bridge is also a resting place when people return from work in the fields; a place for children to meet and play, a place to return to children far away from home, a place “Cover for me from a long way to carry a mat, for my elderly mother to go to the market across the river”. For many years, the bridge not only has a traffic function, for the people here it is like an ancient communal house, moreover, it is a stop to avoid rain and sun, a place for couples to date, and pride. generations of Kim Son people.

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