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At first glance, I thought I have seen it somewhere else. Yes, Rialto Bridge in Venetia. Later, I have found over Internet that this Fleischbrucke (= Meat Bridge) was constructed just after Rialto, and Venetia and Nuremberg had trade relation with each other in those...More
This bridge has been so important to Nuremberg for over 500 years. It is often overlooked as it is just a crossing point between St. Sebald and St. Lorenz. It was a technologically advanced bridge when it was built in the late 16th Century and...More
The Fleischbrucke (Bridge of Meat) connects the river bank of the Pregnitz with a little island within it. It is actually a very old bridge, first built of timber, and after it burned down, it was reconstructed in the most solid manor, in imitation of...More
Perhaps I have become jaded to this site. After 25 years of visiting Nurnberg's Altstadt and crossing this bridge so many times, I don't really see it anymore. Only one block away you can stand on a different bridge and view the beautiful and historic...More