Nibelungenbrücke is a stone bridge that crosses the Rhine River in the city of Worms, Germany. Built in 1997, it is named after the medieval poem “Nibelungenlied” and features an arch of 60 meters and four towers of 10 meters each. The bridge is a great source of beauty and draws many people who come to view its grandeur. The towers are painted blue and yellow to contrast against the stone bridge and give it a vibrant touch. The bridge is illuminated at night and is a great sight to behold. It provides a link to the historic center of Worms, across the Rhine, and is one of the most visible attractions in the city. It is a popular spot for walking and biking, as the view of the Rhine River from the bridge is absolutely stunning.
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