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Alte Plauer Brücke über die Havel bei Brandenburg
Brandenburg an der Havel

Blick auf die alte Plauer Brücke.

"Alt" deshalb, weil ein Stück die Havel stromaufwärts seit einigen Jahren eine neue Beton-Brücke die bestehende, marode Stahlfachwerkkonstruktion aus dem Jahr 1904 ersetzt hat.

Schön zu sehen sind u.a. noch die im Jugendstil ausgeführten Brückengeländer. Aber Vorsicht - den zugehörigen Fußweg hat bereits der Zahn der Zeit weggenagt. So, wie vielleicht eines Tages die gesamte Brücke...

Erwähnen möchte ich auch noch das Plauer Schloß, welches gut durch den stromabwärstseitigen Halbparabelträger zu sehen ist. Malerisch gelegen sowohl am Wasser als auch im weitläufigen Plauer Schloßpark, lädt es heute vor allem hungrige und durstige Radler zu einer Stärkung in der Schloßschänke ein.

Copyright: Ingo Tolks
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 20/09/2012
Uploaded: 08/12/2012
Updated: 03/04/2015


Tags: brandenburg; buga; havel; plaue; brücke; stahfachwerk; jugendstil
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