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전라남도 일대를 가로지르는 영산강 나주 지역에 건설되는 두개의 보중 하나로써 총길이 607m에 4개의 수문을 갖추고 있는데 수문은 36.5m폭에 7.73m 높이이다. 영산강은 배가 오갈수 있게 하나의 통문이 있다.

국토종주 자전거 길이 통과하는 곳으로 인근에 승촌보와 나주세트장이 있다.

Copyright: Lee byongsoon(이병순)
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Chargée: 06/10/2012
Mis à jour: 18/07/2014
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Tags: 전라남도; 나주시; 4대강사업; 죽산보; 야경; 자전거도로; 나주세트장; 주몽촬영장; 영산강
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