Berlin, the capital of Germany is also famous in the world for it’s double-decker bridge which is known as the Oberbaumbrücke or Oberbaum Bridge. This historic and magnificent bridge actually links the two Berlin districts of Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain separated by the River Spree.
3 Magnificent Images of Oberbaumbrücke Bridge, Germany
Traffic runs on the lower part of Oberbaumbrücke Bridge and trains on the second level. It was built on the site of a previous timber bridge built in 1724 when the construction of an elevated railway required a reinforced structure. The result was a seven-arched concrete bridge with a granite and brickwork façade. It is distinctive architecturally because of its mock medieval turrets – which recall the function of toll bridges and arches.