Phra Pin-klao Bridge

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Phra Pin-klao Bridge
Pinklao bridge.jpg
Official name Phra Pin-klao Bridge
Carries 6 lanes of roadway, pedestrians
Crosses Chao Phraya River
Locale Bangkok, Thailand
Total length 658 m
Longest span 110 m
Clearance below 11.5 m
Opened 24 September 1973
Coordinates 13°45′43″N 100°29′28″E / 13.76194°N 100.49111°E / 13.76194; 100.49111

The Phra Pin-klao Bridge is a bridge over the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok, in Thailand near the Grand Palace. It is named after Pinklao, vice-king of Siam 1851-66.

The bridge was opened on September 24, 1973.

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