Bristol Bridge, originally constructed in wood, was replaced in 1247 by a four-arched bridge of stone. However, the bridge became too small for modern traffic and, in 1768, was replaced with the one you see today. The gateway to the old city, it was originally entered through St. Nicholas Gate. The church of St. Nicholas, on the left, was over the gate.

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