Road Cycling Highlight
The Dyckerhoff Bridge is a pedestrian bridge in Wiesbaden, which spans the harbor exit of the Schiersteiner harbor (Rheinkilometer 506.0) with a bow. The building, erected in 1967, is a prestressed concrete structure, which was produced in cantilever construction and for the first time used lightweight concrete in Germany to reduce the loads.Planning and construction of the bridge began three years earlier (1964), when the cement plant of the same name celebrated its 100th anniversary and donated the bridge together with the city of Wiesbaden.With the bike but it's fun to drive over it;)
March 31, 2018
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