The Inn Bridge, also called Old Inn Bridge, is a road bridge over the Inn in Innsbruck, the old town on the right with Mariahilf-St. Nicholas on the left bank connects. The first bridge at this point was built in the 12th century, it has given the city of Innsbruck its name and can also be found in the city coat of arms. Until the construction of the Mühlauer Bridge in 1581, it was the only Inn Bridge in the Innsbruck area.(Https://de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Innbr%C3%BCcke_(Innsbruck))
July 22, 2019
Old bridge from the northern side of the River Inn to the Altstadt Innsbruck. The south side opens up via a cobbled street into the area with the Goldern Roof. From the bridge you will have wonderful panoramic views of the Inn valley. Sights include the Nordkette, the churches in the old town, ski jump etc
March 25, 2019
The once magnificent Inn Bridge was, among other things, the building block for the wealth of Innsbruck. The first Inn bridge was built in the 12th century. It not only gave the city of Innsbruck the name, but also brought in a lot of money. Since there was no transition across the Inn at that time, all traders on the way from North to South had to cross the bridge here.
The benefit of the Innsbruck: For the crossing of the Inn people had to pay heavily, which filled the city treasury. It was not until 1581 that the Mühlauer bridge was built! Until then, the Inn Bridge was the only way from north to south.Today's Inn Bridge is not comparable to the former bridge. It is a pure functional building built in 1981. And it serves its purpose: cars, cyclists and pedestrians use the city's largest bridge. The concrete bridge connects the magnificent old town of Innsbruck with the oldest district of Mariahilf - St. Nikolaus. The colorful houses on the Inn testify to the beauty of these streets.innsbruck-altstadt.com/sehenswuerdigkeiten/innbruecke
December 13, 2019
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