“This footbridge, connecting the 16th arrondissement to the 7th, is exclusively reserved for pedestrians. Built at the beginning of the 20th century, the Passerelle Debilly is composed of a large metal framework adorned with dark green ceramic tiles, enhancing its undulating appearance.”The Passerelle Debilly is a footbridge in Paris, France, connecting the 16th arrondissement to the 7th arrondissement.
It spans the Seine River and is exclusively reserved for pedestrians. The footbridge was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century and is characterized by its large metal framework, which is decorated with dark green ceramic tiles. This decorative element reinforces the bridge’s appearance of undulation, giving it a distinctive and aesthetically pleasing design. The Passerelle Debilly is a notable architectural and historical feature in Paris, offering pedestrians a scenic way to cross the Seine River while enjoying its unique visual appeal.