Blast from the past

The Chroy Chang Va bridge has had some interesting history. It was first built with Japanese funding in 1966. It was destroyed in the war in 1973, dropping it’s two middle spans. Japanese funding restored the bridge again in the early 1990s.

Bridge from the air in the late 60s after first being built.

During the war in the mid 70s

Water festival (Bon Om Took) in 1991 with the bridge in the background.

Just before reconstruction in 1993

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