Puente de la Reina - Leyte Attractions

Puente de la Reina

Puente de la Reina is known as the oldest bridge in the city. Its cobblestones still intact, the bridge is a relic of an age long gone.


The bridge was built in the early 1800's but was completed in 1861. In Spanish era, the bridge was used as docking area for sailboats, vintas of Chinese, Javans and Indonesians who frequented the island to sell their produce.


The bridge is still in use to this day. It is situated fronting the twin buildings of the Executive and Legislative branch and Ormoc Plaza and Ormoc City Hall at its side.



City Government of Ormoc Website

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