Today, I walked down to Luoyang Bridge and my mom took a picture for me. This is the pioneer of the "skull-shaped foundation" in modern bridge engineering. It was initiated by Cai Yu, the great calligrapher of the Song Dynasty in Quanzhou County. However, his "Wananqiao" inscription, I forgot to read it, ah ah ah Ah, OCD patients will probably come again later.
Quanzhou Luoyang Bridge is China's first cross-sea Dashi Bridge. It was built in 1053 and it took six years to complete. The stone bridge is 1,200 meters long and 5 meters wide. There are 44 piers and there are handrails on both sides of the bridge. After thousands of years of wind and rain, there are only 31 bridge piers left in Shiqiao, which is 1188 meters long. At the time of the bridge, the craftsmen thought of using the specialty of Quanzhou, the oyster. Oysters are characterized by two shells, one shell attached to the rock or another oyster, which are joined together, and the other shell is covered with its own software. Moreover, the oysters have a strong ability to reproduce, and they are not perforated. Once they are glued with the stone, they can not be shoveled with a shovel. Craftsmen facilitate the use of this characteristic of oysters to consolidate the bridge base. In a few years, the oysters connected scattered stones and stones into a whole. Luoyang Bridge has not been scattered for thousands of years. It can be said that oysters have played a huge role, of course, because of the wisdom of artisans. This design is a major innovation in the history of architecture.
낙양교의 원래 이름은 '만안교'로, 당나라 원년 수많은 중원 사람들이 남쪽으로 이주해 이곳의 산과 강의 지세를 보고 옛 낙양과 흡사하다고 하여 그때부터 다리 이름을 '낙양교'로 바꾸어 불렀습니다. 낙양교는 베이징의 노구교, 허베이의 조주교, 광둥의 광제교와 함께 중국 고대 4대 명교로 불리며, 낙양교는 중국에 현존하는 초기의 바다를 가로지르는 돌로 만든 형교로, 세계 교량 매트 기초의 원조라고 할 수 있습니다.