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Tumski Bridge, Wroclaw

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Tumski Bridge is a steel bridge over the north branch of the Oder river in Wrocław, Poland. Constructed in 1889 it replaced an old wooden bridge to connect Ostrów Tumski and Wyspa Piaskowa. Until 1945, its name was Dombrücke.It is an old road bridge now open to pedestrians only.Tumski Bridge is also called Lovers Bridge, Cathedral Bridge or Green Bridge. It's a place of enamoured tradition for lovers. The bridge is full of padlocks which lovers leave to cherish their feelings. An important part of the ceremony is to throw the key into the Odra river.
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  • Maybe because it's made of blue metal, because it's packed with love locks, maybe because the its view of the Cathedal Island is wonderful... however it's a must-see. Enjoy it! 
  • A nice place to view the city with a nice architecture. We rolled over it as part of a tour and it had an interesting history. 
  • The transition to the sand island could be whether his modern functional design seems out of place, but represents a successful contrast to the historic buildings and churches on the island. "Decorated" with countless Schlösern, which probably longer there are stuck as the connection of the couple that there they fastened, will hold.
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