Lodemannbrücke

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  • Michael Hinz

    In May of 1963, as a result of an architectural competition, the design for the then erected at Ricklingen on the Ihme Lodemannbrücke. It was named after the former Lord Mayor of Linden, Hermann Lodemann (1869-1944), while the Lodemannweg, which was also founded in 1963 and led from the Ritter-Brüning-Strasse to the Lodemann Bridge, did not receive its official name until 1970.The Lodemann bridge is a cable-stayed bridge, designed in a single-tufted form. The ropes were guided through only one point in the A-shaped pylon, which was emphasized by an applied needle-like point in its effect. The central girder of the bridge protrudes about 80 cm beyond the height of the walkway, thereby separating the pedestrian walkway from the cycle lane.Especially after the construction of the park stage, which is almost opposite the bridge, many visitors come to concerts at the Lodemannbrücke to listen to the music for free or to watch the sunset.Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lodemannbrücke

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    • June 25, 2018

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Location: Lower Saxony, Germany

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