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Jungfernbrücke

Jungfernbrücke

Jungfernbrücke in Berlin The Jungfernbrücke is Berlin's oldest remaining bridge, dating from 1798. It spans the smaller side arm of the Spree on the south side of the Spree-Island (Spreeinsel)

The first bridge on this site was constructed in 1701 as a simple wooden structure. With increasing river traffic on the Spree, a bridge with greater clearance was needed, resulting in the construction of the current structure as a drawbridge.

Reichsbank (0.1 km), State Council Building (0.2 km), Spree-Island (Spreeinsel) (0.3 km), Spittelmarkt (Station) (0.3 km), Slovenian Embassy (0.4 km), Palast der Republik (0.4 km), Hausvogteiplatz (Station) (0.4 km), Ugandan Embassy (0.4 km), Azerbaijan Embassy (0.5 km)