Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge
Side view of Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge. Nepal is on the left, China on the right.
|Crosses||Sun Kosi river|
|Total length||45 m|
The Sino-Nepal Friendship Bridge (Chinese: 中尼友谊桥; pinyin: Zhōng-Ní Yǒuyì Qiáo; Nepali: मितेरी पुल Miterī Pula) is a bridge spanning the Sun Kosi river, linking Kodari in Sindhulpalchok District, Nepal and Zhangmu, China.
The 2015 quakes closed the route and turned the border trading towns into ghost villages. By 2016, there was some repairs on the route, but trading had not been restored to previous levels. One problem is that there was a lot of damage that has not been fixed, and there was still big boulders coming down intermittently.
- Bordering on helplessness. nepaltimes.atavist.com. Accessed 22 September 2016
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