Cáhuil Bridge

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Cáhuil Bridge
Puente Cáhuil - 1.jpg
The Cáhuil Bridge, as seen in 2008.
Official name Puente Cáhuil
Crosses Cáhuil Lagoon
Locale Pichilemu, Chile
Opened 2001[1]
Coordinates 34°28′49″S 72°01′06″W / 34.4803°S 72.0182°W / -34.4803; -72.0182Coordinates: 34°28′49″S 72°01′06″W / 34.4803°S 72.0182°W / -34.4803; -72.0182

The Cáhuil Bridge (Spanish: Puente Cáhuil) is a bridge in Chile, located in the village of Cáhuil, Pichilemu, Chile. It connects Pichilemu and the southern commune of Paredones and the Bucalemu beach resort.

The bridge was completed in 2001.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ramírez Lechuga, Carla (2004). "Edificio Consistorial I. Municipalidad de Pichilemu" (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 January 2011.