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Hunchun Quanhe Tumen River Bridge, from a roadside park on the Chinese side

The Tumen River Bridge (Chinese: 图们江大桥) is a bridge over the Tumen River, connecting Hunchun City, Jilin Province, China, with Undok County, North Hamgyong Province, North Korea. It was built in 1938 by the Japanese Empire and is 535.2 metres (1,756 ft) long and 6.6 metres (22 ft) wide.[1] It is located at Quanhe where the Quan River meets the Tumen River.

In February 1997, tourist access across the bridge was allowed.[2] A new bridge over the Tumen River is currently in the planning stage.[3]

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  1. ^ Quanhe-Yuanding Bridge (in Chinese)
  2. ^ Davies, Ian (2000). Regional CO-Operation in Northeast Asia The Tumen River Area Development Program, 1990-2000: In Search of a model for regional economic co-operation in Northeast Asia. North Pacific policy papers, 4. Vancouver: Program on Canada-Asia Policy Studies Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia. ISBN 978-0-88865-740-4.
  3. ^ "New Tumen River Bridge Is Planned" (in Japanese).

Coordinates: 42°34′04″N 130°31′21″E / 42.5678°N 130.5225°E / 42.5678; 130.5225