Footbridge Unzmarkt
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Footbridge Unzmarkt

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This unique footbridge near Unzmarkt was build in 2004 for the raising amount of bike tourists in styria. The special constructions consist of elliptically bent tubes, so the cross section of the bridge is circular with a diameter of 6,5 meter. The bridge spans over 66m and weights over 70 tons.

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