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The Phan Fa Lilat Bridge, Bangkok

The Phan Fa Lilat Bridge was built over what was the outer moat of Rattanakosin Island, Old Bangkok, now Khlong Bang Lamphu. The bridge linked Ratchadamnoen Klang and Ratchadamnoen Nok avenues. The bridge was originally an all metal structure but has been modified re-inforced with concrete beneath, to cope with modern traffic. The Balustrades are made of cast iron in a sunflower design. At the ends of the bridge are carved marble finials. The bridge is close to the canal junction of the Khlong San Sep or Saen Saep. The Phan Fa Lilat Bridge is registered as a National Heritage Site by the Thai Government Fine Arts Department.

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