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Mittlere Bruecke and Helvetia
Switzerland

Die Mittlere Brücke, meist Mittlere Rheinbrücke genannt, ist der älteste noch existierende Rheinübergang zwischen Bodensee und Nordsee und liegt in der Schweizer Stadt Basel.

Im Jahr 1225 wurde unter Fürstbischof Heinrich von Thun eine teils hölzerne und teils steinerne Brücke über den Rhein erstellt. Sie verband die erst im Aufbau begriffene Stadt Kleinbasel mit der Stadt Grossbasel. Sie war seit dem Niedergang der römischen Colonia Augusta Raurica für lange Zeit die erste und einzige feste Rheinüberbrückung zwischen Bodensee und der Rheinmündung ins Meer und brachte der Stadt ab dem 14. Jahrhundert ihren wirtschaftlichen Erfolg.

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