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The Old Rhine Bridge Vaduz-Sevelen is a wooden bridge over the Rhine, which connects the Liechtenstein capital Vaduz with the municipality Sevelen in the canton of St. Gallen. The bridge is 135 meters long and represents the last surviving wooden bridge that crosses the Alpine Rhine. The first bridge between Vaduz and Sevelen was built in 1870/1871. In the years 1900/1901 the bridge was rebuilt on the pillars of the predecessor bridge. The bridge, which had a payload of 3.5 tonnes at the time of opening, served both motorized and non-motorized traffic as crossing the Rhine. In 1975, about 200 meters south of the Old Rhine Bridge, a new, concrete Rhine bridge was created, so that the Old Rhine Bridge is since then only accessible to non-motorized traffic. Source: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alte_Rheinbr%C3%BCcke_Vaduz%E2%80%93Sevelen
September 17, 2018
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