Adolphe Bridge and the National Savings Bank


The 211 metre long bridge was constructed
of Luxembourg sandstone at the beginning
of the 20th Century. Its 85 metre long arches
tower some 46 metres above the Petrusse Valley.
Crossing the Adolphe Bridge stands
the National Savings Bank,
which exhibits elements of the French early Renaissance.
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26 thoughts on “Adolphe Bridge and the National Savings Bank

  1. Both of these are so beautiful. And I love the photo on the right of the two of you on a bus(?). What a sweet couple shot.

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  2. Wow, the bridge is beautiful as well as NSB!
    Is the weather so lovely at the moment? here is still grey:(
    Hugs
    Joo

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  3. The bridge is magnifique! But, this is a bank? Looks like a castle. What a wonderful building!

    Great photos. So beautiful!

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  4. You mean that the National Savings Bank is changed into a museum ? That's a beautiful building, in fact.
    An imposing bridge that is a testimony of the expasion of railway.
    Amitiés from France

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  5. What a beautiful bridge and an amazingly beautiful bank building. I usually don't think of banks as beautiful but that one is.

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