Alte Werrabrücke

The “Alte Werrabrücke” (old bridge over river Werra) is one of the oldest stone bridges in northern Germany. It is located at the northern end of the city center of Hann. Münden, Germany and leads to the the city quarter Blume, where also the Weserliedanlage is located.

On the bridge there were once towers and houses, much like the Krämerbrücke in Erfurt, Germany or the Ponte Vecchio in Firenze, Italy. As the bridge was needed as a transport route in the direction of Hannover these buildings have been removed to allow the passing of bigger transports.

The bridge had to be repaired in 1986 and is therefore in good condition today. In contrast to the past, only pedestrians can pass here and that is why tourists can enjoy a nice walk on the bridge.

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