Monivong Bridge

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Monivong Bridge
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The bridges seen from the north
Coordinates 11°31′53″N 104°55′59″E / 11.53131°N 104.93292°E / 11.53131; 104.93292Coordinates: 11°31′53″N 104°55′59″E / 11.53131°N 104.93292°E / 11.53131; 104.93292
CrossesBassac River
LocalePhnom Penh, Cambodia
Official nameស្ពានព្រះមុនីវង្ស
Characteristics
Total length269.5 m
Width2 x 14 m

Monivong Bridge (Khmer: ស្ពានព្រះមុនីវង្ស) is a heavily trafficked bridge in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. It bridges the Bassac River near the end of National Highway 2 to southern Cambodia and lies along the National Highway 1 which connects the city to eastern Cambodia and Vietnam.[1]

On the eastern shore lies the Chhba Ampeou Market.

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Coordinates: 11°31′52.7″N 104°55′58.5″E / 11.531306°N 104.932917°E / 11.531306; 104.932917