One of the most notable landmarks in the city, it is a bridge located in the King's Bay area, which links the eastern district of Novusmeria with the western Chester City sector. It is named after the "Golden King", the mythical monarch who ruled the country in the 1400s.
On August 30, 2015, Estovakian aircraft penetrated Gracemeria airspace and launched an attack on the capital. A missile fired from an Estovakian F-4E Phantom II caused the King's Bridge to collapse into the King's Bay.
By March 2016, during the Estovakian occupation, repairs began being made to the bridge.
By May 2016, the bridge was repaired.