The Cracauer waterfall is a raiding weir in the Elbe Elbe in Magdeburg district Cracau.In order to supply enough water to the Stromelbe even at low tide, but still to divert the water during floods, the city of Magdeburg had already built a barrage called Grahl in the eastern Elbarm around 1806. Built on pillars building was destroyed by the French occupation in 1806.1816/1817 was built a little further north a robbery, the current Cracauer waterfall, to regulate the water level.Coordinates: 52 ° 6 '53 "N, 11 ° 39' 24" E | OSMThe Cracauer waterfall was also eponymous for the nearby "bridge at the waterfall".
April 28, 2019
In the know? Log-in to add a tip for other adventurers!