Rungra Bridge

Coordinates: 39°2′2″N 125°45′53″E / 39.03389°N 125.76472°E / 39.03389; 125.76472

The Rungra Bridge is a bridge in Pyongyang, North Korea, one of the city's six bridges on the Taedong River. Located between the Okryu Bridge to the south and Chongryu Bridge to the north, it connects Moranbong-guyok on the right (west) bank of the Taedong River with Taedonggang-guyok on the left bank, passing through Rungra Island in the middle. It totals 1,070 metres (3,510 ft) in length. It was completed in 1988.[1]

Rungra Bridge
Pyongyang city scape.jpg
From the top of the Juche Tower facing north, three bridges across the Taedong River are visible: the Okryu Bridge in the foreground, then Rungna Bridge, Chongryu Bridge in the background
Korean name
Chosŏn'gŭl
Hancha
Revised RomanizationReungragyo
Neungnagyo
McCune–ReischauerRŭngragyo
Nŭngnagyo
South Korean spelling shown in small type

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "P-44". banknote.ws. Retrieved 2017-01-03.