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Switzerland Bremgarten Reussufer
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Rund um die alte hölzerne Reussbrücke in Bremgarten sind umfangreiche Wehranlagen gebaut worden um die Wasser der Reuss einigermassen im Zaum zu halten., teilweise auch um die Wasserkraft für Antriebszwecke zu nutzen. Unterhalb der Brücke wird das Wasser über eine Stufe wieder in das Flussbett entlassen.

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