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Müngsten Bridge, Remscheid/Solingen, Germany - 2nd July 2008

By: olgamaus

Hi Mummy,
today we visited Müngsten Bridge, one of the touristic highlights in this region.

The Müngsten Bridge is the highest steel railroad bridge in Germany. The bridge is 107 metres  high and spans over the valley of the river Wupper, connecting the cities Remscheid and Solingen. Originally the bridge was named Kaiser-Wilhelm-Brücke (emperor Wilhelm bridge), to honour emperor Wilhelm I. After the end of the monarchy the bridge was named after the district between Remscheid and Solingen.

Here we are on our way to the bridge. In the background you can see a little look-out pavilion. From there you have a stunning view over the valley.


Now you can see us under the bridge.


We walked along the promenade and had to walk uphill. Here you can see the valley with the bridge.


Later we rested in the sun. We were sitting at the bank of the river Wupper.


Here you can see into the other direction.


Close to the parking space we saw this map. I made a yellow marking at the place where we are living at the moment, the red one shows Müngsten Bridge.


It is really hot today. The weather forecast is expecting a thunderstorm in the evening, so we better stay at home.

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