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Bridge over Reuss Rottenschwil
Switzerland

The bridge over the river Reuss is only single lane. It is located at the beginning of the "Flachsee" (shallow lake) which is caused by the river power station in Bremgarten. The area is a paradise for birdwatchers as there can be spotted many species of rare water birds. Watching the panaorama in "little planet view" gives a spectacular sight of the structure of the bridge

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