"The Lichtenstein Bridge is the eastern bridge of a pedestrian double bridge in Berlin-Tiergarten.The western transition is called since 2012 Rosa-Luxembourg-Steg. The bridges bridge on a common substructure the Landwehr Canal.The Lichtenstein Bridge belongs to the grounds of the Zoological Garden and connects its main part with an expansion area on the northeastern shore of the canal. It is named after the physician Martin Hinrich Lichtenstein, the founder and first director of the Zoological Garden. The arched truss bridge can only be entered by zoo visitors and staff.The Rosa-Luxemburg-Steg, on the other hand, is freely accessible to all passers-by in the Großer Tiergarten. In the evenings, however, the south-west bank of the Landwehr Canal is closed to ensure the night's sleep in the adjacent zoo. "Source: Wikipedia
November 30, 2019
On the way to work, carpenter Otto Fritsch noticed a guard on Saturday, May 31, 1919, at the zoo lock in central Berlin, who tried in vain to pull something out of the Landwehr Canal. He helps with help. Together, the two hide a woman's body.And that's what happened here, right here. The memorial indicates this and gave the jetty the name.
January 10, 2020
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