Monday, July 18, 2011

Palu Bay Bridge

Hammer IV Bridge is a bridge located in the city of Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. The bridge was inaugurated in May 2006 by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. This bridge stretches over the Gulf is located in the Village Talise Besusu and Lere, which connects East and Palu Palu District West. Yellow Bridge is an arch bridge in Indonesia's first and third in the world after Japan and France. Since the date of inauguration, Palu and surrounding communities have always wanted to see the 300-meter bridge that once enjoyed the sinking sun. Sunset seen more clearly and dazzle of the bridge. Moreover, as the sun bounced off the yellow-orange surface of the Gulf of Palu, the real beauty. Palu Bay Water changed the color to the color of the sun is fading Gawalise swallowed mountains. Visitors can enjoy the view from space on either side of the bridge is indeed functioned as a place to enjoy the panorama. An area of ​​10 x 2 meters was very pampering guests. North of the bridge, visitors can enjoy the mountains that surround the Bay of Palu. If the visitor turned his gaze toward the West, the beauty of the dish eye Palu Bay. Hundreds of boats throughout the three-meter by two meters wide screen crowded the bay.

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