An ancient bridge in east China's Anhui Province was destroyed by flood on Tuesday.
The collapsed bridge, named Zhenhai, dates back over 480 years to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Since Monday evening, torrential rains have battered the region, triggering the flood.
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