“People who have lost relationships often wonder why they can’t just let it be “water under the bridge.” It is water under the bridge – the trouble is we do not live on the bridge but in the river of life with its many twists and turns.”
– Grant Fairley
Chain Bridge in Budapest or better known locally as The Széchenyi Chain Bridge is the suspension bridge that span over River Danube between Buda and Pest. It was designed in 1839 by an English Engineer, William Tierney Clark and was opened for the first time ten years later in 1849 as the first permanent bridge that connect the East and the West of the city. However, this bridge was badly damage during the World War II, rebuild and re opened again 100 years after it was first open.