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Goeltzsch-Valley-Bridge - Goeltzschtalbruecke bei Mylau
Germany

Der wichtigste Baustoff war Backstein, wodurch die Gölztschtalbrücke zum weltgrößten Ziegelviadukt geworden ist.

  • Erbaut: 1846 - 1851 / maximal 1736 Arbeiter
  • Höhe: 78 Meter
  • Länge: 574 Meter
  • Maximale Spannweite: 30,9 Meter
  • Vier Etagen
  • 26 Millionen Ziegel (53 % des Mauerwerkes)
  • Sichtmöglichkeit durch Gasfesselballon aus 150 Meter
  • Ausstellung zur Brückengeschichte in Ketzels Mühle an der Brücke und im Museum Burg Mylau
  • http://www.vogtlandkreis.de/shownews.php?id=640

    Copyright: Thomas Spanner
    Type: Spherical
    Resolution: 7000x3500
    Taken: 28/03/2012
    Uploaded: 12/05/2012
    Updated: 29/03/2015
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    Tags: göltzsch; tal; brücke; vogtland; sachsen; deutschland; mylau; valley; bridge; saxonia; germany; backstein; ziegel; brick; europa; europe
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