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Harimaya Bridge, Kochi

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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Known as a source of inspiration for artists and lovers alike, Harimaya Bridge features in numerous hit songs and movies. This 20 m (65 ft) red arched bridge stands side by side with the surrounding department stores in the heart of the city. Torn down and rebuilt many times throughout history, the tiny bridge is the setting of an old local folk song, in which a Buddhist priest buys a hairpin for his sweetheart. Look for the monument to this song at the foot of the bridge, which draws scores of tourists. Make Harimaya Bridge a part of your Kochi vacation plans using our Kochi itinerary planner.
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  • Shopping street is covered with white glass creating a very beautiful environment. It's very big must have some 800 metres. It has shops, restaurants, coffee-makers, shop Daiso (¥ 100) = 1USD; Is unmissable.
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  • Surprised when I first saw said peas in a pod, to-----up and honestly I thought it was. But Kochi was cheap and the food is delicious and humans are bright and fun jury.
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  • I thought of that where the location of Harima and intersections. There was certainly have to trim from travelling there photos that can be taken.
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