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Posts tagged bridge

Oberbaumbrücke

Oberbaumbrücke @ dusk

The Oberbaum Bridge crossed between the American and Soviet sections of post-WW2 Berlin. Until the mid-1950s, pedestrians, motor vehicles, and the city tramway were able to cross the bridge without difficulty. However, when the Berlin Wall was built in 1961, the bridge became part of East Berlin’s border with West Berlin.

根津神社

根津神社

#tokyo #根津神社 #shrine

Chapel Bridge twilight

Chapel Bridge Sunset

#Kapellbrücke #switzerland #luzern

Returning to Prague

Prague after the storm

I’ll be returning to Prague in about 10 days. I can’t wait for the dreamy landscapes, delicious food, and the inexpensive Pilsner Urquell on tap.

Boating into Nyhavn

Just outside Nyhavn

Today’s photo comes from Copenhagen’s main canal almost three years ago. The bridge on the left (Inderhavnsbro) had its grand opening less than a month before. I went over that bridge dozens of times last summer, as my apartment was nearby. Unfortunately, this year, my abode will be as far away from this part of town as it has ever been so my Nyhavn visits will drop dramatically.

Chapel Bridge

Kapellbrücke

#Kapellbrücke #switzerland #luzern

The oldest (14th Century) surviving truss bridge in the world, consisting of strutted and triangulated trusses of moderate span, supported on piled trestles, Kapellbrücke is a covered wooden footbridge diagonally spanning the River Reuss in Luzern, Switzerland.

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