Kannara bridge (Pathimoonnu Kannara Palam) at Kollam /Sengottai road
Pathimoonnu Kannara bridge
Kannara bridge is near at kazhuthurutti in the Kollam /Sengottai road. This bridge was constructed by british and they used surki, no cement used in this. Kannara 13 bridge is now under renovation and its rebuilding with modern technologies. if you are traveling through the kollam / sengottai road can see this old bridge. tourists of thenmala, palaruvi water falls, kuttalam can check this spot. there are 13 arch in this bridge its known as pathimoonnu kannara palam. NH208 is the road you are traveling to see the Kannara paalam. this bridge is constructed 100 + years back and this was one of the major routs years back.
Now there is no train service through this bridge, as mentioned above the re-construction works now going on. This is considered as one of the best examples of european architecture. british rule in india done this type of good things to the people. recently we have posted about thenmala eco tourism here, if you are visiting these most popular tourist places can check this old bridge. we are updating this website with all the beautiful places of god’s own country kerala. you can follow our facebook , google plus, twitter pages for more updates. trying to update all the available details of tourist places of kerala.
Reaching Kannara bridge – there are lot of options to reach pathimoonnu kannara palam. as discussed above this is in kollam / sengottai road. there are lot of ksrtc buses traveling through this area. you can get direct transport buses or private taxis from kollam, pathanamthitta, punalur etc.