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An interesting and quirky attraction.

The saxophone is clearly very important to the town of Dinant, and this colourful and innovative... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Knaresborough, United Kingdom
Nice cute bridge across a river in a great little town

This is a nice cutish bridge over a loverly river in a beautiful little town. The bridge has... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Dinant, Belgium
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The bridge is decorated with saxophones of various brightly decorated colours to commemorate the birthplace of the inventor of the saxophone. When you get down from the train then you have to cross the bridge to reach the citadelle and it is a delightful introduction...More

Thank Sunil M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This lovely bridge named after General Charles-de-Gaulle is in my opinion the best point of view of lovely Dinant. Additionally, to the magnificent colorful Saxophones that the bridge is full of, from the bridge you get a great view point of the river Meuse, the...More

Thank israroz
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Good place and superb view for pictures There are multiple saxophone with different colors and represents different countries. Make sure you take pictures from all the angle

Thank Salehuddin S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a colorful and fascinating bridge this is! Colorfully painted saxophones, in honor of Adolph Sax, line the bridge. Taller than life size they commemorate the inventor of the saxophone. Great views from the bridge.

Thank glenuehlein
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The saxophone is clearly very important to the town of Dinant, and this colourful and innovative bridge is clearly a major tourist draw. As well as coming to see the multi-coloured saxophones however, the bridge also provides a good focal point for taking photos of...More

Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a nice cutish bridge over a loverly river in a beautiful little town. The bridge has several different coloured saxaphones across the bridge and the view and down river is great and withs the sax's you can take some creative photo shots. There...More

Thank Oldgrumblebum
Reviewed 28 May 2018

This is a ncie bridge to walk over, you get a nice vieuw and nearby there are bars where you can have a nice drink or eat something or something to eat next to the river

Thank Rudy V
Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

Saxsophones make this bridge so cute. From the bridge, you can see Dinant in both sides, it is beautiful.

Thank bowsansanee
Reviewed 23 April 2018 via mobile

Very intetesting and beautiful. Nice idea. You will shoot a lot ofinteresting photos on the brige. Must see

Thank Aliona M
Reviewed 17 April 2018 via mobile

The bridge is nice and well maintained. It will take you 10 minutes (slow pace) to reach both ends. Saxophone monuments are decorated with countries it represents. With this bridge you can capture good photos of the river and Dinant from both sides. If ever...More

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19 June 2017|
Response from iceman_icestreet | Reviewed this property |
Charles de Gaulle Sculpture and Bridge Visitors may wonder at the statue of a young Charles de Gaulle standing at the foot of a bridge that bears his name. The connection is tenuous but Dinant still celebrates the... More