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This bridge let's you cross the Sauer river. It was old Roman and destroyed during World War II in 1944 but reconstructed some years later. It is the border between Germany and Luxembourg. There is a walk trail under the bridge along the river.
I suppose when you come to Echternach it’s almost obligatory to cross the bridge into Germany and back. In these days of free movement within Europe and a lack of internal borders however, the bridge is effectively relegated to being - well just a bridge...More
This road bridge over the Sauer river was probably already present in this location since early Roman times. The old bridge was destroyed in 1944 by the German Wehrmacht but later rebuilt in 1950. The statue of the Abbot Johannes Bertels (1544-1607), the author of...More
Echternach is a border area to Germany and the old bridge was with the river Sauer the frontier and had border trafic with control; Now the frontier are open ; Many German tourists visit Echternach for the dancing procession and for Sant Willibrord, the abbay,...More