The Pont de Saint-Jean is a bridge across the Sarine river in the canton of Fribourg, Switzerland. It is one of the 3 bridges in the lower town of Fribourg. Originally, this bridge was a covered, wooden structure with 3 tuff-stone arches. The year 1746 saw the birth of the bridge you can walk on today. The bridge is 70 meters long. The bridge was fully renovated in the year 1988 which was accompanied by the installation of a statue of Andre Bucher.