Photo Album of the Oberbaum Bridge. Berlin’s most beautiful and most photographed bridge is the two storied Oberbaum Bridge (Oberbaumbrücke) across the Spree, which has become an important symbol of Berlin’s unity. It links two former boroughs that are now one: Friedrichshain in the former East Berlin and Kreuzberg in the former West, connecting Warschauer Strasse to the east with Skalitzer Strasse to the west. The bridge was damaged during World War II, when the German troops blew up the center span on Hitler’s command.

Photos show the Oberbaum Bridge (Oberbaumbrücke), the abandoned ship of Dr. Ingrid Wengler, Spreespeicher event location, Molecule Man sculpture by American artist Jonathan Borofsky, Club Watergate in Berlin, River Spree, Berlin TV-Tower (Fernsehturm) and the Berlin Skyline.

In order to download a picture, click on the preferred image and use the “right mouse button to download”. For more information about the Oberbaum Bridge (Oberbaumbrücke) check Wikipedia..



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