Hohenzollernbrücke (“High Prussian Bridge”) is a railway bridge in Köln, Germany, located on the Rhine River, between the Köln-Deutz railway station and the Zoobrücke bridge. Built in 1911, this bridge spans the Rhine at an impressive length of 382 metres. It is a prized destination for photographers and travelers, as it offers direct views of some of the city's top attractions such as the Köln Cathedral and the Lindt Chocolate Museum. Its two stone pillars, constructed in a bright yellow hue, are particularly eye-catching. Sports enthusiasts and photographers can also enjoy stunning views of the Köln Marathon, which passes through this bridge. In the evening, enjoy the shimmering lights of the bridge and the vibrant city below.