Photo taken on March 13, 2019 shows the Yongtong Bridge in Beijing. The bridge, established in 1446, is a cultural relic under state protection and also part of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway and a UNESCO world culture heritage site. A new bridge has been constructed that will soon be put into use, diverting vehicle traffic from the historical bridge, which will receive better conservation. (Photo: China News Service/Jia Tianyong)

Photo taken on March 13, 2019 shows the Yongtong Bridge in Beijing. The bridge, established in 1446, is a cultural relic under state protection and also part of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway and a UNESCO world culture heritage site. A new bridge has been constructed that will soon be put into use, diverting vehicle traffic from the historical bridge, which will receive better conservation. (Photo: China News Service/Jia Tianyong)

Photo taken on March 13, 2019 shows the Yongtong Bridge in Beijing. The bridge, established in 1446, is a cultural relic under state protection and also part of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway and a UNESCO world culture heritage site. A new bridge has been constructed that will soon be put into use, diverting vehicle traffic from the historical bridge, which will receive better conservation. (Photo: China News Service/Jia Tianyong)

A view of the Yongtong Bridge in Beijing, March 13, 2019. The bridge, established in 1446, is a cultural relic under state protection and also part of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway and a UNESCO world culture heritage site. A new bridge has been constructed that will soon be put into use, diverting vehicle traffic from the historical bridge, which will receive better conservation. (Photo: China News Service/Jia Tianyong)

Photo taken on March 13, 2019 shows the Yongtong Bridge in Beijing. The bridge, established in 1446, is a cultural relic under state protection and also part of the Grand Canal, a vast waterway and a UNESCO world culture heritage site. A new bridge has been constructed that will soon be put into use, diverting vehicle traffic from the historical bridge, which will receive better conservation. (Photo: China News Service/Jia Tianyong)

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