Built in 1942 and destroyed by US attacks in 1968, all that remains of this bridge -- named after Laos' Red Prince -- are one section of the steel structure and the concrete supports running across the wide but fairly shallow river. If you have your own transport this is certainly worth visiting as the road, while unsealed, is in reasonably good condition. Without your own transport, it is ... Read more about Prince Souphanouvong Bridge .
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