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Q: What's the story behind Hangzhou's bridge on the lake?

Went travelling with some friends (none Chinese) to Hangzhou and people were all clustered on this one bridge at the West Lake.

We're kind of doofs for not having a guide book of some sort, but anyone care to explain what's the big deal with that bridge?

10 years 47 weeks ago in  Culture - Hangzhou

 
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The only info about a bridge at West Lake that I could find is about the Broken Bridge. Is that the one you mean? One of the stories associated with it has to do with the White Snake. This site has a ton of information on it, hope it helps.

http://www.seeraa.com/china-attractions/broken-bridge.html

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