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MichAdel | Taipei Xinbei Bridge(New Taipei City Bridge) Sunset
Taipei

MichAdel | Taipei Xinbei Bridge(New Taipei City Bridge) Sunset

After September 2010, residents to and from Xinbei City and Taipei City may find “Traffic” is also a visual feast. Xinbei Bridge is the first new landmark awarded by landscape lighting. Bridge tower extends 135.7 meters into skyline, only secondary to Taipei 101 and Shin Kong Life Tower, Xinbei Bridge becomes the third highest landmark in Taipei. The structure of the bridge’s main body is symmetrical arm stayed bridge, main bridge spans across 400 meters, could be rated No. 1 in Asia.


Xinbei Bridge not only has a symbolic significance of transportation, but also brings added values of tourism and leisure to city living through its diverse lighting lightscribe system and fascinates residents with the beauty of bridge construction.

(http://www.aoptk.com/english/02_showcase/01_detail.php?MID=2)

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Copyright: Michael Chien
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 4000x2000
Taken: 27/01/2012
Uploaded: 28/01/2012
Updated: 26/03/2015
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Tags: landscape; taipei; night; sunset; bridge; michadel; 小熊子
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Taipei 臺北 is the capital of the Republic of China (ROC, Taiwan), on the southwestern edge of the Pacific Ocean. The lush island of Taiwan is also known as "Formosa".