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Pont de la Caille, Cruseilles
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Spanning the Usses River, Pont de la Caille allows access to Caille baths, once used by the Romans but now abandoned. The suspension bridge, inaugurated in 1839, was doubled in 1929 and now provides a second section that's reserved for bicycles and pedestrians. Add Pont de la Caille to your Cruseilles travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Cruseilles vacation route planner.
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  • Driving to Annecy on D1201 you will get this beautiful surprise by the road. Do pull over. Do Stop!! Take 20' from your time and take amazing pictures. DO STOP!! 
  • now, if we have to go on purpose leave losing, but if you happen to go there before stop as well, primarily to look down from this bridge that seems to come from a playground but it is actually from the first half of the nineteenth century. from the car park there are signs even for some hiking trails
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  • This summer, on the return of Geneva road in the direction of Annecy, in the commune of Cruseilles, at the exit of a turn, on the right to leave the national parking allows you to stop for the tour, there emerges the quail bridge, a suspension bridge in classic suspension in cable steel located in France, straddling the municipalities of Allonzier-la-Caille and Cruseilles spectacular on the architectural and landscape plan, it overlooks meters the torrent below, it is suspended by two groups of 12 cables supported on four castellated towers. The apron is in planks of wood. The view down is dizzying. He is registered with the title of historic monuments since May 6 19662.
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