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Stone Bridge Regensburg

Spanning across the northern and southern arms of the mighty Danube River, the Stone Bridge is one of the most prominent landmarks in the city of Regensburg. The Stone Bridge remained the river’s only crossing for more than 800 years, acting as a vital traffic artery between the great centers of Ulm and Vienna, as well as central junction between northern France and much of the rest of Europe. As the oldest stone bridge in Germany to remain relatively unchanged, the continual preservation of this masterpiece of medieval architecture is of the utmost importance.

Country
Germany
Field Documentation
May 1, 2008
Culture
German
Historical Period
1135 CE - 1146 CE
Location
49° 1' 18" N, 12° 5' 48" E
Site Authority
Partners
Stadt Regensburg

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