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LanYong Bridge 蘭陽大橋上游匯流處
Taiwan
(fromhttp://www.lanyangnet.com.tw/bridge/html/link2.htm , http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E8%98%AD%E9%99%BD%E6%BA%AA ) 舊橋設立於日據時代,以前的橋墩是鐵公路共用,現在車輛行駛的蘭陽大橋是後來再建的,橋面為六線道;當初的舊橋並未拆除,若由南向北行經此橋,可在右手方向看到舊的橋面。蘭陽大橋是橫跨蘭陽溪兩端最重要的橋樑,也是台九省道所經之處,每當蘭陽地區舉辦活動時,橋面上旗海飛揚的盛,形成非常獨特的景觀。 蘭陽溪,舊名宜蘭濁水溪,位於台灣東北部蘭陽平原,屬於中央管河川,是宜蘭縣最主要的河川。主流全長73公里,主遊河段名為耶克糾溪,發源於宜蘭縣、台中市交界處的南湖北山。向西北流至米磨登附近,匯集馬當溪、米磨登溪後,始稱蘭陽溪。此後河道大致沿東北方向,在貫穿大同鄉全境並從牛鬥附近進入蘭陽平原後,依序流經三星鄉、員山鄉、五結鄉、宜蘭市及壯圍鄉,並在入海口不遠處的噶瑪蘭大橋附近,與最重要的兩大支流-宜蘭河及冬山河會合後注入太平洋。 除了宜蘭河和冬山河外,蘭陽溪的支流還有羅東溪、清水溪、粗坑溪、芃芃溪等,其中主流以北的支流發源於雪山山脈;以南則發源於中央山脈。包括支流在內的蘭陽溪流域,幾乎涵蓋宜蘭所有鄉鎮市,面積達978平方公里,其中山地面積有652平方公里,平地面積則佔了326平方公里。[1]
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Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 07/12/2009
Uploaded: 06/09/2012
Updated: 16/10/2014
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