Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)
Near the c. 16 B.C. At the Roman military camp "Novaesium" erected at the point where the Erft flows into the Rhine, there was a stone bridge over the Erft in Roman times.The Roman bridge was about 85 m long and consisted of 10 stone arches. She served v. a. the transport of troops and trade via the fortified Roman trunk road from Cologne via Krefeld to Xanten. It also ran through the "vicus Novaesium", from which today's city of Neuss developed. Source: outdooractive.com
June 16, 2022
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