One of Paris's oldest bridges, the original Pont Royal was a toll-bridge built in 1632 to replace a ferry. It was commonly called Pont Rouge due to its red color (not to be confused with the tiny Pont Rouge that linked the city's islands). Over the centuries, the bridge has undergone several name changes, as well as several partial and complete reconstructions due to flooding.

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