Oberbaum Bridge is an iconic Symbol of Berlin. It connects two historically distinct neighborhoods in the city, Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, both of which were divided by the Berlin Wall until 1989. Today, it is the most popular bridge for pedestrians and cyclists in the city, with a spectacular view on both sides over the River Spree. It is one of the most beautiful and historically significant sites in Berlin and people from all over the world come here to capture its history and uniqueness. The bridge is remarkable for its double structure, one for pedestrians, one for cars. Its distinctive design with two large towers decorated with mural paintings make it particularly picturesque. The original bridge was built in 1895, and in 1919 the bridge was doubled its width. Its Neo-Gothic style gives it a unique touch that makes it stand out from the modern Berlin skyline. It is an amazing place to take photos and to appreciate the beauty of the capital of Germany.
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