The Rathausbrücke was planned at the end of the 19th century in connection with the new Wilhelminian style buildings and traffic routes through the old town next to the historic Krämerbrücke, which was relieved of the traffic and cycling traffic but also by significant pedestrian flows.
The surroundings of the Rathausbrücke are next to the cathedral square and fish market to the Erfurt city spaces with the highest importance for tourism. It touches and accompanies the prominent, unique Krämer bridge and opens up the southern Michaelisstraße (part of the Latin Quarter), which has been endowed with numerous high-quality individual monuments of Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance styles.
March 8, 2019
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