"The Göhrener pier is located on the local" North Beach "and is almost as long as the" Binzer pier "with 350m, but only 270 meters from this pier jut out into the Baltic Sea.
With a length of 1200m, the longest pier in Göhren was built in 1898 at Göhrener "Südstrand". In the First World War, this pier was unfortunately demolished. At Göhrener Nordstrand also existed a pier; This 500m long construction was used until the beginning of the 1950s.
In 1993, today's Göhrener pier was built. She is carpeted with wood and has a pier on the bridgehead for excursion boats. On the land side there is a white-painted and green-covered bridge house, which has the shape of an arched gate. From the Göhrener pier you can enjoy a great view of a legendary boulder: the "Buskamp". With a volume of 600m³ and a circumference of 40m, the Buskam is the largest known boulder on the German Baltic coast. "Source: ruegenmagic.de/Seebruecken-Ruegen/seebruecke-goehren.html
December 8, 2016
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