Round Lötschberg

Round Lötschberg is located in Naters, Switzerland, which constitutes a new door to the second largest city of the Upper Valais. This round links Naters, located on the right bank of the Rhone River, to Brig through a blue bridge which can be seen in the image.

The crossing Lötschberg has been turned into a roundabout Lötschberg with 15 meters radius, and the works started in September 2004.

See site:http://archiv.rz-online.ch/news2001/Nr18-24august/04.htm

Copyright: Isabel Marques
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送信日: 16/08/2010
更新日: 10/09/2014


Tags: naters; switzerland; valais; europe; swiss alps; round
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