Sancha Ji Bridge in Changsha, Hunan province, in the evening

2022-05-04 0 By

Late afternoon in changsha city of hunan province sancha cha angeles j and bridge on February 19, 2022, rain, and 18 points in 25 points, it just a little dark, when I sit on the bus from east to west through FuYuan road bridge in changsha city of hunan province, I look to the north, to see the near sancha cha angeles j and bridge, has had its lights on, a luminous M initial letters.The Sanchaoji Bridge, spanning the Xiangjiang River from Yinshan Road in the west to Furong North Road in the east, spans 1,577 meters, in Changsha, Hunan Province, on Feb 19, 2022.With a total length of 732 meters, the main bridge is the largest self-anchored suspension bridge in China.The bridge was designed by Central South University in Changsha, Hunan Province, and changsha Institute of Planning.Sanchaji Bridge started construction on April 30, 2004. On June 8, 2006, the main bridge was closed. On September 1, 2006, it was officially opened to traffic.How time flies!Sixteen years have passed.The two words “cha” and “ji J ī” are not commonly used, many people do not know, but it does not matter, the word read half right.Cha means a bifurcation of a river, such as a lake, a river, a cha river, etc. A cha river is a river that is divided into two or more streams by a sandbar or island, with a smaller width, depth and flow.Jiajiangji in Nanjing (traditional Chinese is ji) J ī, which has two meanings.One is, the river edge prominent rocks or small stone mountains, such as the swallows in Nanjing, stone, etc.The second is water rushing rocks.The swallow rocky is located in Qixia District, Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, outside the Guanyin Gate at the northeast corner of The Shogunshan, standing on the river, three facing empty, like the swallow wings to fly, so called the swallow rocky J ī.Located outside guanyin Gate at the northeast corner of Shofu Mountain, Qixia District, Nanjing city, the rocks stand upright on the river, three facing empty, shaped like swallows spreading their wings to fly, so it is called “Three-fork Ch ā ji Ji”, and “three-branch cha ji J ī Bridge”, homonym, but the meaning is far from.In ancient Chinese mythology, Poseidon used a three-pronged spear or scepter that looked like a spear for a fish.Poseidon, the god of the sea, is one of the most famous users of the trident. And trident means naval power, symbolizing or representing supreme power, as in British coins.The name of the United Kingdom is sān chā jǐ, and is used for ǐ the name of an airplane.Trident jǐ parked at Civil Aviation University of China