Dazhu Bridge (simplified Chinese: 大诸桥; traditional Chinese: 大諸橋; pinyin: Dàzhū Qiáo), formerly known as "Zhu Bridge" (朱桥; 朱橋), "Shangzhu Bridge" (上朱桥; 上朱橋)or "Wannian Bridge" (万年桥; 萬年橋), is a historic stone arch bridge in Zhuantang Subdistrict, Xihu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang province. It is 28-metre (92 ft) long and 6-metre (20 ft) wide.
|Locale||Zhuantang Subdistrict, Xihu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang|
|Other name(s)||Zhu Bridge|
|Total length||28 metres (92 ft)|
|Width||6 metres (20 ft)|
|Construction start||Song dynasty (907–1279)|
|Construction end||1588 (reconstruction)|
The bridge was originally built in the Song dynasty (907–1279). It was rebuilt in 1588, during the reign of Wanli Emperor in the Ming dynasty. On July 9, 2000, it was designated as a municipal cultural unit by the local government.
- Zheng Yun (郑沄) (2009). 乾隆杭州府志 [Hangzhou Prefecture Records] (in Chinese). Beijing: Zhong Hua Book Company. ISBN 9787101060881.
- Hu Yan (胡艳) (18 September 2019). 转塘街道大诸桥：镌刻着"历史"的印记. zjol.com.cn (in Chinese). Retrieved 7 October 2019.