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Goltzschtalbrucke, Zwickau

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  • This old railway viaduct has its own viewing area beneath and represents a basic style of creating height, of interest to rail buffs and those interested in industrial age architecture, must have been...  more »
  • This was one of the best things we have seen in the Zwickau area. I definitely recommend seeing it to everyone interested in architecture, trains and nature. Our two sons (7 and 9) really enjoyed it.  more »
  • It took 5 years to create this almost Roman looking bridge, which is still being in use as a railway bridge. Worth the short detour from the Chemnitz-Bayreuth highway.  more »
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  • This is the most insane bridge ever. It's so huge that it's hard to find a place from where you can see it in its entirety. And the whole thing is made out of bricks!
  • Very impressive.
  • The highest brick bridge in the world! And is it still regularly used. If you have ever seen, already impressive the sight. Below the bridge there is a small souvenir shop and a museum dedicated to the bridge and the mill also. 4 stars because it's just a bridge and now also not super spectacular...
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  • There was a few years ago and of course this bridge watched. This is an absolute must for railway enthusiasts. Equally interesting, the little sister, the Elster Valley bridge, close to. After the Göltzsch, she considered second-largest brick bridge in the world.
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  • A masterpiece of engineering. For over 150 years and is still in operation. What is being built today, is ailing after a few years and must be expensive renovated or torn down...
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