The Blue Wonder ( Ger. Blaues Wunder) is a cantilever truss bridge over the Elbe river in the German city of Dresden. It connects Dresden- Blasewitz and Dresden- Loschwitz, two villa quarters, once the most expensive living area in Europe. It is located close to Dresden Standseilbahn (funicular railway) and also the oldest suspension railway ( Dresden Schwebebahn), as well as being near to the Dresden TV Tower. ...more on Wikipedia about "Blue Wonder"
The Deutzer Hängebrücke, possibly also known as the Hindenburgbrücke was a Self-anchored suspension bridge using eyebar chains, across the Rhine in Cologne, Germany. It was destroyed in 1945, and replaced in 1948 by the Deutzer Brücke. H. D. Robinson, who later worked with David B. Steinman on the Florianopolis Bridge another eyebar chain bridge, consulted the on towers for this Cologne bridge’s design. It reportedly later served as inspiration for American bridge engineers and was specifically cited as a design influence on the Three Sisters bridges in Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "Deutzer Hängebrücke"
The Elster Valley Bridge Pirk is one of the most unusual motorway bridges in Germany. The building of this bridge began in 1937, but was stopped in 1940 due to the chaos created by World War II. Since this bridge then was in the restricted area of the East Germany, construction was not restarted until 1990. In June 1990 preliminary investigations began, and finally in September 1990 the building of the bridge began anew. In August 1993 the bridge was opened to traffic. Federal Motorway 72 now uses the bridge. ...more on Wikipedia about "Elster Valley Bridge Pirk"
The Fehmarn Belt bridge is a project to connect the German island Fehmarn with the Danish island Lolland with a bridge crossing the Fehmarn Belt in the Baltic Sea. The Fehmarn Belt is 18 kilometres wide. The goverments of both countries are determined to proceed in this project within the next two decades. The project is comparable to the Oresund Bridge, the Great Belt Bridge or the project of the Strait of Messina Bridge and would be the biggest future project in the infrastructure of Northern Europe. The Route is the main connection between Hamburg, ( Hamburg Metropolitan Region), and Copenhagen/ Malmö, ( Oresund Region); (in German: :de:Vogelfluglinie). ...more on Wikipedia about "Fehmarn Belt bridge"
The Glienicke bridge is a bridge in Berlin that was used by the superpowers to exchange captured spies. It is located at ...more on Wikipedia about "Glienicke bridge"
The Hörnbrücke (Hoernbridge), is a folding bridge in the city of Kiel in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. One can describe it as a three-segment bascule bridge that folds in the shape of the letter N. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hoernbridge"
The Koersch Valley Bridge is a bridge that crosses Koersch Valley in Germany, supporting a road around Nellingen. It was handed over to the public in 1993. The bridge also crosses a 110 kilovolt power line of the EnBW AG. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koersch Valley Bridge"
The Köhlbrandbrücke is a cable-stayed bridge in Hamburg which connects the harbour area between the Norderelbe and Süderelbe branches of the Elbe river with motorway A7 (exit Waltershof). It bridges the Köhlbrand, which is part of the Süderelbe branch. It was opened on 9 September 1974. ...more on Wikipedia about "Köhlbrandbrücke"
The giant kilometer long Magdeburg Water Bridge, completed in October 2003, connects two important German shipping canals, the Elbe-Havel canal and the Mittellandkanal, which leads to the country’s industrial Ruhr Valley heartland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Magdeburg Water Bridge"
The Neckar Valley Bridge Weitingen is a bridge that crosses the River Neckar, near the village Horb am Neckar. The bridge is an important part of motorway A81's section Stuttgart - Singen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Neckar Valley Bridge Weitingen"
Rügendamm is the name of a bridge connecting the German island Rügen with the city of Stralsund on the mainland of the German country Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rügendamm"
Strelasund is that part of the Baltic Sea which separates Rügen from the mainland. It is crossed by a bridge called Rügendamm in Stralsund. ...more on Wikipedia about "Strelasund"
The Valley bridge Wommen is an arch bridge built between 1938 and 1940. It is a 303.8 meters long motorway bridge which connects the A4 with Wommen. Because of World War II, it was only half-finished, and because of the German division this bridge was closed until 1990. It was supplemented until 1993 by a new bridge for the second lane. ...more on Wikipedia about "Valley Bridge Wommen"
The Weihe valley bridge (German: Weihetalbrücke) is a bridge of the A 4 motorway near Richelsdorf, Germany. It is located in the stretch of the A 4 between Bad Hersfeld ( Hesse) and Eisenach ( Thuringia), between the exits Wildeck-Obersuhl and Gerstungen. It crosses the valley of the small river Weihe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Weihe Valley Bridge"
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