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Crossing the Moselle every day for work as I do, this bridge is irksome. Two-laned with broad bicycle lanes and wide sidewalks offering mainly pedestrians a splendid view of the rivers, the city and the fortresses, it is a major traffic pain in the ***....More
The Balduin Bridge was built from Devonian greywacke and volcanic rock ( basalt lava ). Originally, the bridge consisted of fourteen arches with thirteen pillars and spanned the Mosel in a length of 325 m between the abutments. All pillars stand on pile gratings. The...More
This is an old bridge of the 14th century, but for its time was it was a new concept in bridge construction. He's stocky, with low footings. During its history it has survived a lot – it was blew up (including by the Germans themselves...More
I rode across this bridge over the Moselle river on my bike (I had made the whole trip from Bonn, ~50 miles, by bike), and I had to ride across this bridge just because I had to ride across this bridge! It also adds a...More