Pulteney Bridge

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Pulteney Bridge is a famous bridge built over the River Avon in Bath. It connects the city with the new Georgian town of Bathwick. Constructed in a Palladian style, the best thing about the bridge is that it has shops built across its both sides. It is now designated as a Grade 1 building in Bath.

Pulteney Bridge is a famous bridge built over the River Avon in Bath. It connects the city with the new Georgian town of Bathwick. Constructed in a Palladian style, the best thing about the bridge is that it has shops built across its both sides. It is now designated as a Grade 1 building in Bath. The original drawings of Rober Adam, the architect are preserved in the Sir John Soane's Museum in London. Named after Frances Pulteney, wife of William Johnstone, this bridge is built of limestone and there is a southern temple like central bay with wings connecting the two flanking pavilions. The bridge is now 45 metres and 18 metre and is now a World Heritage site because of its Georgian architecture.æ

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