Bridges in Munich

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Postcard from Munich 1918 with Isar bridges

There are more than 1000 bridges in the Bavarian capital of Munich . The bridges over the Isar and over the wide railway line of the Munich – Augsburg railway line are particularly well-known and shape the cityscape . Others, on the other hand, are barely recognizable in the streetscape, as they lead over city streams that have meanwhile been vaulted or disused and filled.


Middle Ages and Modern Times

The oldest known bridge in what is now Munich's urban area was the Föhringer Bridge over the Isar, which was presumably located near today's Oberföhring weir . It is mentioned in the Augsburger Schied of 1158, while it is unclear whether there was already a bridge over the Isar near the newly founded city of Munich. One of these is only mentioned in a document in 1180 and led across the river at the site of today's Ludwigsbrücke . After the Föhringer Bridge was destroyed by Heinrich the Lion , the bridge near Munich remained the only navigable Isar bridge between Bad Tölz and Freising for centuries .

In the Middle Ages, numerous bridges were built over the Munich city streams , most of which were canalized branches of the Isar. In front of the city gates of the inner and outer city walls, bridges led over the water-filled trenches. Towards the end of the 15th century, the city's bridge directory listed 49 bridges and 30 footbridges, the maintenance of which the city had to take care of, including only one stone bridge. Bridges in the area of ​​the ducal court and on private land were not recorded. In the following centuries, the number of city bridges changed little, but more and more wooden bridges were replaced by stone bridges, first in the 16th century the bridges over the city moats in front of the gates, in the 18th century also the Isar bridge. A gravel island that was created at this point and is now fortified, today's Museum Island , was used to build two separate bridges instead of one continuous bridge. The inner bridge led over the left arm of the Isar, the Great Isar, the outer bridge over the right arm of the Isar, the Kleine Isar, and the Auer Mühlbach . The part of the bridge over the Auer Mühlbach was also called the Schwanenbrücke or Schleifferbrücke.

19th century

Bogenhausen Bridge 1812

In 1804 , a wooden road bridge was built as the second Isar bridge on the site of today's Max-Joseph-Brücke near Bogenhausen , which at that time was still outside the city area, which was replaced in 1811 by a wooden bridge with brick pillars. On September 13, 1813, part of the Schwanenbrücke collapsed during a flood, killing around 100 people. Initially set up as a provisional emergency bridge , the outer Isar bridge was rebuilt from 1822 to 1828 as a new building and was now named after the then King Ludwig I. Ludwigsbrücke. In 1832 the Reichenbachbrücke was built as the third Isar bridge as a wooden road bridge. In the bridge directory from 1833 162 bridges for Munich and its surrounding area are listed, whereby this directory contains both urban and state bridges, but does not take into account the suburb Au on the other side of the Isar , which was incorporated into 1854 and which is due to the Auer Mühlbach and its numerous branches there were also many bridges.

Wittelsbach Bridge 1900

As part of the construction of the Munich boulevards Maximilianstrasse and Prinzregentenstrasse as arterial roads to the east, the Maximiliansbrücke was built in 1859-65 as a stone bridge and in 1891 the Luitpoldbrücke as a three-hinged iron bridge. The Großhesseloher Bridge was built as iron truss bridges in 1850–57 and the Braunau Railway Bridge in 1869–71 for the new rail transport . The Wittelsbacherbrücke , built in 1874–76 to better connect the Giesing district , which was incorporated in 1854, to the old town, and the wooden bridge near Bogenhausen that had collapsed in 1873 during a flood, were also iron truss bridges. Over the wide route of the Munich – Augsburg railway line , the Herbststrasse Bridge was built in 1870, but due to the increased traffic volume it had to be replaced by a new bridge in 1891/92, today's Hackerbrücke , which was built as an iron truss arch bridge with a suspended lane. The old Herbststrasse bridge was rebuilt further out of town on the site of today's Donnersbergerbrücke . In 1891/92 the inner Ludwigsbrücke was replaced by a new building. The Ludwig Ferdinand Bridge over the Nymphenburg Canal , built in 1892, was the first arch bridge to use reinforced concrete as a building material. At the end of the 19th century, the first pedestrian bridges were also built: Mariannenbrücke (1888) and Kabelsteg (1898) as a connection to the Praterinsel, the Wehrsteg (1888) as a connection between the two Isar islands and the Flauchersteg (1890) across the Isar in the south.

First half of the 20th century

During a flood of the century in 1899 , the Luitpold Bridge and the Bogenhausen Bridge, now known as the Max Joseph Bridge, were destroyed, but this time no people were killed. The first to be rebuilt in 1901 was the Luitpold Bridge, with the financing being provided by Prince Regent Luitpold , as with the original construction . The Bogenhausen bridge was initially replaced by an emergency bridge. The city administration then decided on a large bridge building program based on an offer from Sager & Woerner , which had already rebuilt the Luitpold Bridge . It envisaged the construction of five new Isar bridges and the relocation of the old Wittelsbach bridge to Thalkirchen , which was guaranteed its own bridge when it was incorporated in 1900. Since the same falsework could be reused for the new bridges and the same emergency bridge could be built one after the other at different locations in the city, the costs were considerably lower than for separate individual projects. The first to be rebuilt was the Max Joseph Bridge in 1902. In 1903 the Cornelius Bridge followed, a new connection between Isarvorstadt and Au, and the construction of the Reichenbach Bridge. The old wooden bridge, which unexpectedly withstood the floods of 1899, was moved laterally on rails and served as an emergency bridge during the construction of the new bridge. Contrary to the original plan, a wooden bridge was built on concrete-jacketed steel posts near Thalkirchen in 1903/04. On the one hand, this served to improve the preservation of the landscape, for which a citizens' initiative had advocated; on the other hand, the city remained more flexible with the hydraulic structures planned in the south of Munich, e.g. B. the Isar-Werkkanal and the hydropower plant Isarwerk 1 . The old Wittelsbacherbrücke was instead moved in 1904 to the place of today's Brudermühlbrücke, which also gave the Sendling district a crossing over the Isar to Giesing . In 1904/05 the Wittelsbacherbrücke and the outer Maximiliansbrücke were rebuilt. The inner Maximiliansbrücke was still in order and was only widened.

In order to better connect the upper Au, located on the Isarhocherrasse, to the city, Gebsattelstrasse was laid out in 1901 as an extension of the planned Cornelius Bridge. Since the elevated road, which is important for traffic and should not be interrupted, already ran along the upper edge of the slope, a deep incision was dug into the edge of the slope for Gebsattelstrasse and the elevated road with the Gebsattel Bridge built in 1901/02 was led over this cut. In 1900 the municipalities of Freimann , Unterföhring and Oberföhring decided to jointly finance the construction of a bridge. In 1902/03 the Leinthalerbrücke was built on the border between Ober- and Unterföhring, in 1907 the Föhringer railway bridge was built right next to it .

In the following years, many city streams were arched over and built over with roads. B. the Sparkassenstrasse over the Pfisterbach. As a result, many earlier bridges disappeared or were no longer recognizable as bridges in the cityscape. The Auer Mühlbach was also vaulted in places and built over. During the First World War and at the time of inflation, it was not possible to build large bridges. Even after the economic boom of the 1920s, other projects such as the construction of new settlements to alleviate the housing shortage and the construction of new power plants ( e.g. Isarwerk 2 , Isarwerk 3 ) for energy supply were in the foreground. Only minor modifications to existing bridges were carried out, such as replacing the Bosch , Zenneck and Mariannen bridges built as wooden bridges with girder bridges made of reinforced concrete slabs .

Larger bridges were not built again until the 1930s. A new construction of the Donnersbergerbrücke had already been planned in 1926, as the old bridge was only 5.40 m wide and thus represented a bottleneck for the 17 m wide street. However, the new building was only realized by the National Socialists , whereby the project suited their preference for representative buildings and publicly effective job creation measures. In 1934/35 the new bridge was built with a width of 24.50 m and a length of 230 m. Another major project of the National Socialists was the Reichsautobahn to Salzburg . Rosenheimer Strasse was expanded as a feeder road, and the two Ludwig bridges also had to be rebuilt to increase traffic. The new bridges were built in 1934/35, the Great Isar was now spanned by a single arch instead of three as before, and the outer Ludwigsbrücke had two arches. The technique of the melan bow was used for the first time in Munich .

After the Second World War

Most of the Isar bridges were only slightly damaged during the Second World War and could still be used. Only the Thalkirchner Brücke and the Brudermühlbrücke had received more severe hits, the western part of the Leinthalerbrücke was blown up in 1945. The bridges over the railway lines that were the main targets for bombing were harder hit. An entire field collapsed at the Hackerbrücke, and the northern fields in particular were badly damaged at the Donnersbergerbrücke. The bridging of the city creeks was also destroyed in many places, making entire streets impassable. Since the focus was initially on residential construction and the repair of destroyed roads, the gaps in the bridges were initially only temporarily closed with pedestrian walkways, for example the Hackerbrücke in 1947 and the Brudermühlbrücke in 1948. Both bridges were only reopened to road traffic in 1953.

For the tangential roads planned from the early 1950s, which should lead through traffic around the city center, new bridges were built and existing ones expanded. For the crossing of the Middle Ring over the Isar, the Brudermühlbrücke was widened in the south and the John F. Kennedy Bridge was rebuilt in the north . The Donnersbergerbrücke was also widened. For the planned Outer Ring, which was only partially realized, the Herzog-Heinrich-Brücke was built in 1960 as the third bridge parallel to the Leinthalerbrücke and the Föhringer railway bridge, and the Isarbrücke Unterföhring for the A99 motorway ring from 1972–1974 . The most recent major bridge project in Munich is the renovation of the Freimann high bridge , which began in 2007 and leads the Federal Highway 9 over an intersection and railroad tracks.

Bridges (selection)

With over 1000 bridges in Munich, only a selection of the most important bridges can be shown here. This selection is based on the standard work "History of the Munich Bridges" by Christine Rädlinger mentioned under literature. With the exception of four historically particularly important bridges, only those bridges are considered here that still exist today and are recognizable as such, e.g. B. no bridges over meanwhile filled city ​​streams , which are only visible today as normal streets. The Candidbrücke and the Isarbrücke Unterföhring were also included because of their special traffic importance for the middle ring and the motorway ring .


  • Name / location = name of the bridge and geographic coordinates
  • Function = how the bridge is used and what goes over the bridge, see bridge # function
  • bridged = what the bridge leads over (river, road, train, etc.)
  • Construction time = construction in today's form, possibly earlier bridges at the point are noted under comments.
  • Construction = shape and construction of the bridge, see bridge # shape and construction
  • Material = material of the bridge, see bridge # material
  • Max. Width = span of the longest section between two supports in meters
  • Length = total length of the bridge in meters
  • Width = total width of the bridge in meters
image Name / location function bridged construction time construction material Max. Expanse length width Remarks
Cancel ( location ) Safety grid for driftwood Isar (Great Isar) 1582-87 Girder bridge Wood New building in 1814/15, demolished in 1870
Bavariabruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Bavariabrücke , Lipowsky Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Munich Südring 1964 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 33.00 20.00
Boschbruecke Patentamt Muenchen-1.jpg Bosch Bridge , Inner Erhardt Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Isar (Great Isar) 1925 Girder bridge Concrete slabs 16.20 46.84 8.97 leads from the west bank to Museum Island
Braunauer Eisenbahnbruecke-bjs09-01.jpg Braunau Railway Bridge ( location ) Railway bridge, Munich Südring Isar , Großer Stadtbach 1869-71 Truss bridge, girder bridge steel 48.40 150.44 16.00
Brudermuehlbruecke Muenchen Graffiti-1.jpg Brudermühlbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Brudermühlstrasse ( Mittlerer Ring ) Isar 1953 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 46.30 138.00 16.00
Brudermühlsteg.jpg Brudermühlsteg ( location ) Road bridge, Brudermühlstrasse ( Mittlerer Ring ) Big city stream 1989 Girder bridge leads to Flaucher
Candidbrücke3.JPG Candidbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Candidstrasse ( Middle Ring ) Auer Mühlbach , Candidplatz Girder bridge leads to the Candid tunnel , the noise protection wall is equipped with a photovoltaic system
Corneliusbruecke European Patent Office-1.jpg Cornelius Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Isar 1903 Arch bridge Concrete, stone 44.00 150.00 18.00
Munich - Donnersbergerbrücke (north approach) .jpg Donnersbergerbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Middle Ring Munich – Augsburg railway line 1972 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 864.44 47.00
Eisbachbruecke-bjs09-02.jpg Eisbachbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Prinzregentenstrasse Eisbach 1890 Arch bridge Brick, concrete 4.90 monument
Fisherman's Bridge-bjs091103-02.jpg Fischerbrücke ( location ) footbridge Auer Mühlbach 1955 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete
Munich Flaucher Winter Flauchersteg Barrages.JPG Flauchersteg ( location ) footbridge Isar 1890/2001 Girder bridge Steel, wooden planks 14.50 340.50 4.00 erected over the Isar weir of the Thalkirchen raids
Foehringer Railway Bridge1.JPG Föhringer railway bridge ( location ) Railway bridge, Munich north ring Isar , Middle Isar Canal 1907/1940 Girder bridge 40.80 139 9.50
Friedenheimer-Brücke-2009-05.jpg Friedenheimer Brücke (northern part) ( location ) Road bridge Munich – Augsburg railway line 1983 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 47.58 132.29 22.34
FriedenheimerBrücke Muenchen-01.jpg Friedenheimer Brücke (southern part) ( location ) Road bridge Munich Südring 1983 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 32.46 65.47 22.34
FBrueckeSchenkendorfstr Muenchen-01.JPG Pedestrian bridge over Schenkendorfstrasse ( location ) Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge Schenkendorfstrasse 1985 Suspension bridge steel 70 3.76 Dimensions without rope anchors
Ganghoferbrücke-1.JPG Ganghoferbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Munich Südring 1893 Girder bridge Steel, concrete 9.25 18.50 16.12
Gebsattelbruecke-bjs09-01.jpg Gebsattelbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, elevated road Gebsattelstrasse 1901 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 18.00 13.40 monument
2008-07-15 Bruecke Nymphenbuer Kanal Auffahrtsallee Renatastrasse.jpg Gerner Bridge ( location ) Road bridge, now a pedestrian bridge Nymphenburg Canal 1897 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 16.00 29.00 10.00 monument
Geyerbruecke-bjs09-03.jpg Geyerbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Large city stream , footpath and bike path 1902 Arch bridge 10.00 21.26 22.63
Munich Großhesselohe Großhesseloher Bridge from-south.JPG Großhesseloher Bridge ( location ) Railway bridge, Munich – Holzkirchen railway line Isar , Isar works canal 1985 Truss bridge Reinforced concrete 65.00 209.00 10.62 Predecessor built in 1857 as the first large railway bridge in Germany
Westpark Munich-27.jpg Green Bridge ( location ) footbridge Garmischer Strasse 1981 Arch bridge prestressed concrete 60.00 13.25 connects the two parts of the Westpark
Gunezrainerbrücke-bjs091128-01.jpg Gunezrainerbrücke ( location ) footbridge Schwabinger Bach 1906 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 12.00 20.00 12.00 leads to the English Garden
Hackerbrücke Munich 2014 01.jpg Hackerbrücke , Herbststrasse Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Munich – Augsburg railway line 1892 Arch bridge (arch over the roadway) iron 28.50 212.30 14.80
M-Isar-K-3-Bruecke2HaimonStr.jpg Haimonbrücke , Postwegbrücke ( location ) footbridge Middle Isar Canal 1924 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 25.75 25.75 7.00
Hanns-Braun-Bridge-1.JPG Hanns-Braun-Bridge ( location ) footbridge Georg Brauchle Ring 1971 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 49.04 94.04 20.80-39.00 Connects the northern and southern parts of the Olympic Park
Herzog-Heinrich-Brücke1.JPG Herzog Heinrich Bridge ( location ) Road bridge, Föhringer Ring Isar , Middle Isar Canal 1960 Girder bridge Steel, concrete 56.00 155.50 14.25
Valley 1835.jpg High bridge ( location ) Road bridge ( Kaltenbach or Katzenbach ) 1395 Arch bridge stone First mentioned in 1322, arched in 1395, new construction as a wooden bridge in 1860, demolition at the beginning of 20th century
Freimann high bridge-bjs091129-01.jpg Freimann high bridge , Tatzelwurm ( location ) Road bridge, federal highway 9 Frankfurter Ring, U 6 , Münchner Nordring 1960 Girder bridge New building since 2007
Isar bridge Unterföhring-bjs091129-04.jpg Isar bridge Unterföhring ( location ) Road bridge, federal highway 99 Isar 1972 to 1974 Girder bridge
Isarsteg Unterföhring-bjs120429-05.jpg Isarsteg Unterföhring ( location ) Pedestrian and Cyclist Bridge Isar leads from the Upper Isarau to the Poschinger Weiher
John F Kennedy Bridge Munich.JPG John F. Kennedy Bridge ( location ) Road bridge, Isarring ( Mittlerer Ring ) Isar , Eisbach 1962 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 68.00 131.00 24.50
Kabelsteg Muenchen-1.jpg Cable bridge ( location ) footbridge Isar (Little Isar) 1898 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 37.00 76.50 4.00 leads from the Praterinsel to the east bank, used to carry cables from the Muffatwerk
Kegelhofbrücke-bjs091103-02.jpg Kegelhofbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Auer Mühlbach 1955 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 10.50 3.50 under the bridge the Kegelhofbach joins the Auer Mühlbach again
Kettenbruecke Neuperlach Muenchen-02.JPG Chain Bridge Neuperlach ( location ) footbridge Stalerstrasse 1990 -
Chain bridge steel 19.00 111.00 4.20 rare modern chain bridge
Kommunesteg-bjs091103-01.jpg Kommunesteg ( location ) footbridge Auer Mühlbach 1983 Girder bridge 8.50 4.00
M-Isar-K-3-Bruecke1MIStr1.jpg Korsobrücke ( location ) Road bridge Middle Isar Canal 1924 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 24.25 24.25 11.00
Merian Laimbrücke.jpg Laimbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Laimbach ( Stadthammer-Schmiedbach ) 1322 Arch bridge stone First mentioned in 1322, arched in 1562, demolished in the 19th century.
Landsberger Road Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Munich Südring 1951 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 10.13 20.26 58.00
Leinthaler Bridge1.JPG Leinthalerbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Leinthalerstraße Isar , Middle Isar Canal 1982 Girder bridge prestressed concrete 33.43 99.42 8.75
LudwigFerdinandBruecke-Muenchen02.jpg Ludwig Ferdinand Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Nymphenburg Canal 1956 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 17.30 27.00 31.93 Monument, first reinforced concrete arch bridge in Munich
Ludwigsbruecke Ost Muenchen-1.jpg Outer Ludwigsbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar (Little Isar) 1935 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 32.83 71.00 29.00 Architectural monument, leads from Museum Island to the east bank
Ludwigsbruecke West Muenchen-1.jpg Inner Ludwigsbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar (Great Isar) 1935 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 64.00 43.00 29.00 Monument, leads from the west bank to Museum Island
Luitpoldbruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Luitpoldbrücke , Prinzregentenbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Prinzregentenstrasse Isar 1902 Arch bridge stone 63.00 17.20
Mariannenbruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Mariannenbrücke ( location ) footbridge Isar (Great Isar) 1929 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 15.00 38.30 6.00 leads from the west bank to the Praterinsel
Auer Mühlbach culvert v Osten.jpg Marienklausensteg ( location ) footbridge Isar , Isar works canal 1997 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete, steel 21.67 129.00 4.15
Martius Bridge-bjs091128-03.jpg Martiusbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Schwabinger Bach 1979 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 12.60 10.84
Maximiliansbruecke Muenchen Ost-1.jpg Outer Maximiliansbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Maximilianstrasse Isar (Little Isar) 1904/05 Arch bridge Shell limestone 45.87 96.20 22.00 Architectural monument, leads from the Praterinsel to the east bank
Maximiliansbruecke Muenchen West-1.jpg Inner Maximiliansbrücke ( location ) Road bridge, Maximilianstrasse Isar (Great Isar) 1904/05 Arch bridge Concrete, brick 13.89 42.14 22.00 Architectural monument, leads from the west bank to the Praterinsel
Max-Joseph-Bruecke-Muenchen-1.jpg Max-Joseph-Brücke , Bogenhausener Brücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar 1901/02 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 64.00 18.10 Previous building erected in 1804 as Munich's second Isar bridge
Praterwehrbruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Praterwehrbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar (Great Isar) 1966 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 8.35 40.20 7.18 leads from the west bank to the Praterinsel
Reichenbachbruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Reichenbachbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar 1902 Arch bridge Stamped concrete 44.00 134.60 24.00 Predecessor built in 1832 as the third Isar bridge in Munich
Bach 036.jpg Tubular bridge ( location ) Aqueduct bridge Isar (Little Isar) between 1599 and 1632 Girder bridge Wood Water pipeline to the Praterinsel, continued on Abbruch, demolished in 1873
TramBrueckeSchenkendorfstr Muenchen-05.JPG Schenkendorf Bridge ( location ) Tram bridge, pedestrian bridge, cyclist bridge Middle ring 2009 Cable-stayed bridge steel 84.00 7.40 + 4.50 Two separate track girders on one mast
Schinderbruecke-bjs09-02.jpg Schinderbrücke , Deckerbrücke ( location ) footbridge Big city stream 1978 Girder bridge Reinforced concrete 12.00 35.00 6.00 leads to Flaucher
Schmederersteg bjs091219-01.jpg Schmederersteg ( location ) footbridge Munich Südring 1869 Truss bridge iron 10.21 30.63 2.36 monument
St. Emmeram bridge munich may 2006.jpg St. Emmeram Bridge ( location ) footbridge Isar 2004 Truss bridge with roofing Wood, steel 34.00 96.00 3.50 Nearby was the Föhringer Isar bridge destroyed by Heinrich the Lion
Run-of-river power plant Oberföhring Isarwerk 3.jpg Weir Oberföhring ( location ) footbridge Isar 1924 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 17.00 78.50
Thalkirchner Bruecke Muenchen-1.jpg Thalkirchner Brücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar , Isar works canal 1991 Truss bridge Reinforced concrete, wood 13.40 183.12 12.50 Badly damaged in a fire in 1993, rebuilt in 1994
Thomassteg-bjs09-01.jpg Thomassteg ( location ) footbridge Big city stream 1900 Truss bridge steel 16.80 1.87 Architectural monument, leads to the Flaucher
Tivolibruecke-bjs09-01.jpg Tivoli Bridge ( location ) Road bridge, Tivolistraße Eisbach 1978 Arch bridge Reinforced concrete 8.50 17.00 27.30 as Tivoli Bridge also is Max-Joseph bridge called
Totensteg-bjs091105-01.jpg Totensteg ( location ) footbridge Westermuehlbach 1972 Girder bridge Wood 6.50 2.60 led to the south cemetery in the 16th century
Praterwehr Munich.JPG Wehrsteg ( location ) footbridge Isar Girder bridge connects Prater Island and Museum Island
White Bridge-bjs091128-01.jpg White Bridge , Auen- or Biedersteiner Bridge ( location ) Road bridge, Isarring ( Mittlerer Ring ) Schwabinger Bach
Winkelbrücke-bjs091103-02.jpg Winkelbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Auer Mühlbach Girder bridge
Wittelbacherbruecke-1.jpg Wittelsbacherbrücke ( location ) Road bridge Isar 1905 Arch bridge concrete 44.00 138.10 20.00
Zenneckbruecke Deutsches Museum Muenchen-1.jpg Zenneck Bridge , Outer Erhardt Bridge ( location ) Road bridge Isar (Little Isar) 1925 Girder bridge Concrete slabs 14.50 66.84 8.97 Architectural monument, leads from Museum Island to the east bank

See also

Individual evidence

  1. Christine Rädlinger: History of the Munich bridges , chapter: List of selected bridges, p. 232ff


Web links

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