0262 20110629 Ende 178neu

Ende der B178 neu bei Zittaus Gewerbegebiet Weinau (Nord/Ost). Seit Jahren stockt dort der Weiterbau, weil der Brückenschlag nach Polen auf sich warten laesst. Die Strasse führt nach Polen, dort am Ort Porajow (Porritsch) vorbei in Richtung Tschechien. Die tschechische Straßenanbindung ist genau wie der deutsche Anschlussteil lange Zeit fertig... in 2013 soll endlich der letzte Brueckenschlag nach Polen über den Grenzfluss Neisse erfolgen.

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Copyright: Mike Weidner Www.Panomorph.De
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9056x4528
Taken: 29/06/2011
Uploaded: 06/07/2011
Updated: 20/03/2015


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