Magdeburg Water Bridge Tourism, Germany
Magdeburg water bridge navigation in waterways is Germany which connects the Elbe Canal Canal-Mittelland to the Havel and allows the ship to cross over the river Elbe as high as 914 meters. Magdeburg Water Bridge is the longest navigable waterways in the world. Magdeburg water bridge it denotes reunite the territory of West Germany with the ex Germany East and serves as a liaison to the Groove: Connecting ports in Berlin with ports in the throughout the Rhine River with both sides of the bridge is open to pedestrians and visitors to cyclists.
the construction of this Bridge Water Magdeburg began in 1997 and was completed in 2003 to pondering the difference in height of water engineering between the Mittelland Canal with the Elbe-Havel Canal is a bridge along the 918 m (690 m above the ground and 228 m above the surface of the water) and into the 4.25 m and a width Bowl 34 m has 106 m maximum span and uses about 68 000 m3 of concrete and 24 000 tonnes of steel which allows the existence of cruises from the Canal the Canal passes through the Mittelland Elbe-Havel on the Elbe to the Ruhr industrial area. Construction of the aqueduct was started since the 1930s but due to World War 2 and the subsequent division of Germany, the work was delayed until 1997. Finally the Magdeburg Water Bridge aqueduct was finally completed and opened to the public in 2003.