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Cirahong Bridge, Indonesia through the lenses of Agora photographers

One bridge, nine unique points of view!

There are over 2 million photographers from 193 countries on Agora. However we’ve managed to find one place in particular where 9 (if not more) Agora photographers have taken photos and uploaded their results to their profiles. How crazy is that?

Take a look at their varying points of view of the Cirahong Bridge, an old and unique bridge located on the border between Tasikmalaya and Ciamis regency, West Java, Indonesia. While motorists or pedestrians travel within the narrow, one-way, 200m long bridge, the top of the bridge is actually a railway and a legacy of the Dutch colonial period.

Do you also have pictures of Cirahong Bridge? Upload them to your Agora profile and leave your username in the comments section below so we can check them out and add them to this gallery!

Tell us below and we’ll try and find all the similar photos on Agora to show varying global points of view !

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