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Night Time Picture from Boat Cruise

Looks like a painting! This picture was taken on sunset timed boat cruise on evening of July 22... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2017
ESLDeb_40
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
One of the most photographed bridges in Paris

The Pont au Change is a bridge over the Seine River in Paris. It connects the Île de la Cité from... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2017
MijnlieverdFH
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Amsterdam
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Reviewed 30 July 2017

Looks like a painting! This picture was taken on sunset timed boat cruise on evening of July 22, 2017.

Thank ESLDeb_40
Reviewed 6 July 2017

The Pont au Change is a bridge over the Seine River in Paris. It connects the Île de la Cité from the Palais de Justice and the Conciergerie, to the Right Bank, at the Place du Châtelet. The Pont au Change gets prime views over...More

Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed 2 April 2017

Very busy bridge right in the middle of things, linking Ile de la Cite with the Right Bank. Some good photo ops.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 28 March 2017

The Pont au Change constructed in 1858-1860 as the transportation network between the Place du Châtelet on the right bank and the boulevard du Palais on the Île de la Cité. The bridge bears the letter N which is the imperial insignia of Napoleon III....More

Thank Rubaiyat E S
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Stumbled across Pont au Change (though I didn't know it at the time) after coming off the metro on Cite. It's a small bridge that leads you back to the right bank of Paris but it provides a pretty view of the Seine on either...More

Thank Sydney221
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Nice historical bridge constructed ~1860 by Napoleon III. It connects the right bank to the Ile de la Cite. There are good views up and down the Seine. Up the Seine you can see Pont Notre Dame while down the Seine there is a nice...More

Thank Don P
Reviewed 5 January 2017

As far back as the 12th century, money changers and goldsmiths set up shop on the crossing. Hence the name. This crossing has seen many rebuilds. The current bridge, constructed in 1858, connects the 1st and 4th arrondissement. This arch style bridge bears the insignia...More

Thank Greg K
Reviewed 6 November 2016

There are some great views to be had from this bridge. the latest bridge was constructed during Napoleon III reign and bears his isignia. This bridge connect the Ile de la Cite and Palcae of Justice, the right Bank at Place du Chatelet. This bridge...More

Thank dgbg100106
Reviewed 13 June 2016 via mobile

The view was amazing -- it was just after a storm so the clouds were deep and light was shining through. We went because of javert idk it was also a good bridge.

Thank nmsmartin
Reviewed 28 February 2016

The Pont au Change is a very traditional style Parisian architecture and a lovely little bridge to take in. The views that can be seen from this bridge are also a great talking point with some fantastic photo opportunities around blue hour. Get a better...More

Thank Tom J
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