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Built between 1896 and 1987, the bridge is the third oldest suspension bridge in Germany. Especially pleasant: It may only be used by pedestrians and bicycles. From time to time you can also find a horse-drawn carriage: the tourist information Kressbronn offers carriage rides to the bridge in summer.
More information: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%A4ngebr%C3%BC_ber_die_Argen
The suspension bridge from Kressbronn to Langenargen from the 19th century is the oldest cable suspension bridge in Germany and was manufactured on the occasion of the world exhibition in Paris. It leads over the Argen between Kressbronn and Langenargen. At the same time the Bodenseeradweg leads over this bridge, which is also jokingly called "Golden Gate" of Kressbronn.
The suspension bridge over the Argen, referred to in the literature as Argenbrücke Langenargen, is a built under the Württemberg King Wilhelm II between 1896 and 1897 road bridge, which spans the Argen between Kressbronn and Langenargen on Lake Constance.
It is the third oldest suspension bridge in Germany after the Kettensteg in Nuremberg and the Tiergarten Bridge in Berlin.
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