Hiền Lương Bridge
Cầu Hiền Lương, Gio Linh, Quảng Trị, Vietnam
About Hiền Lương Bridge
Hiền Lương Bridge also known as the Peace Bridge is a bridge over Bến Hải River Quảng Trị Province, Việt Nam. Today it is maintained as a major national monument for the reunification of Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War, and there's also a museum preserving the war remnants.
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