The Casualty Academy Bridge on the Seine River is an arch bridge, 152m in length and 18m in width. It was built and opened to traffic in 1855. The Casualty Bridge is a simple stone bridge. It is the lowest bridge across the Seine River in Paris. As its name implies, it leads to the Royal Military Academy.
All bridges across the Seine River have their charm, and the bridge of the casualty academy is no exception. There are three beautifully decorated pillars on the bridge body. The view from there to the Eiffel Tower is very good. The bridge was originally planned to be placed in front of the present Academy of Royal Military Affairs of Alexander III Bridge. The sculpture of the bridge's body implies victory on land and at sea.
Napoleon's tombe is inside here. Have a visit, it is very oppulent.
It's a place where war can be fought during World War II.
The Casualty Bridge is a bridge across the Seine River in Paris.
There must be an allusion to this name. What exactly is it?