Alte Werrabrücke - From Dielengraben, Germany
Set in stunning natural surroundings, the Alte Werrabrücke ("Old Werrabrücke Bridge") is a must-see for travelers and photographers visiting central Germany. It is a picturesque wooden arch bridge that was built in 1892 over the Werrabach River, in the town of Wernshausen. Its two large supporting pylons, each stretching 33 meters in height and joined by two massive arches, provide a magnificent backdrop for photos. Its thick footbridge, which contains a pathway, rests atop the arch and offers stunning views of the valley below. Framed by the lush green hills, the bridge serves as a stunning reminder of nature's beauty and perfection. Its reflection in the river's still waters creates the perfect opportunity for tremendous images. With its immense size and beautiful setting, the Alte Werrabrücke is sure to captivate any traveler wanting a unique and memorable experience.