The Borsteler Bridge is a road bridge in the Eppendorf district of Hamburg. The bridge leads over the Tarpenbek and is a listed building.
The name of the bridge is based on the name of the Hamburg-Groß Borstel district. The Low German term Borstel is derived from the terms "bur" (= residence). and "stal" (= position). from.
The Borsteler Bridge crosses the Tarpenbek, which is called Mühlenteich here and flows into the Alster shortly after the bridge.
The arch bridge, built in 1899, is numbered 16418 by the Hamburg Authority for Culture and Media as a cultural monument.de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borsteler_Br%C3%BCcke
March 19, 2020
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