Cologne (Köln) is a 2,000-year-old city. The city of Cologne straddles the Rhine River in western Germany. The Hohenzollern Bridge is a bridge across the Rhine in the center of Cologne. Initially, the bridge was both a railway bridge and a road bridge. However, after destruction in 1945 and subsequent reconstruction, only railways and pedestrians can pass.
The Hohenzollern Bridge is a bridge that crosses the Rhine in Köln, Germany. It crosses the Rhine at 688.5 kilometers. Initially, the bridge was both a railway bridge and a road bridge. However, after the destruction of the Second World War in 1945 and subsequent reconstruction, only railways and pedestrians can pass.
Hohenzollern Bridge, a bridge across the banks of the river in the central area of Cologne. One end of the bridge is the Central Station and Cologne Cathedral, and the other end is the triangular building. This bridge is a bridge shared by trains, cars and pedestrians. The traffic is very busy. The sidewalks of this bridge are covered with love locks and become a beautiful landscape. Generally, you can walk to the opposite bank of the bridge to enjoy the scenery of the old city as a whole. If you board the triangle building, you can overlook it. The whole old city.