Tongji Bridge

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Tongji Bridge (traditional Chinese: 通濟橋, simplified Chinese: 通济桥, pinyin: Tōng Jì Qiáo) can refer to:

Tongji Bridge (Yuyao) bridge in Peoples Republic of China

The Tongji Bridge, is a famous stone arch bridge located in Yuyao, Ningbo, Zhejiang Province. "Tongji Bridge" is a very common name for bridges in ancient China.

Tongji Bridge (Jinhua) bridge in Peoples Republic of China

The Tongji Bridge in Wucheng District, Jinhua, Zhejiang, China, is a large stone arch bridge.

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