The first multi-arch bridge on the Elbe was built in the 13th century. The deck was paved with huge stones and it was about 15 meters wide. It was majestic. It was destroyed by Soviet bombing on the eve of the end of World War II (1945). It was restored in 1949. There are carriages, trams, bicycle paths and walking paths, which are still in use today.
One end of this bridge is connected to the new city. There is a tram track on the bridge. The bridge is very wide and you can enjoy the beautiful view of the Elbe River. There are cruise ships for tourists on both banks of the bridge. The scenery is not bad.
The bridge across the Elbe is said to be the first one. Crossing the Auguste Bridge and walking from the old town to the new town, it seems to have traveled through centuries of time... Looking at the Elbe on the bridge, it seems to be seen Time goes by
I saw several tour groups in a hurry for 2 hours. In fact, Dresden is really worth a visit. It is a pleasant surprise on the journey. In fact, I just arrived in Germany and I am not satisfied with Frankfurt. It is far from the financial center I imagined. Then Dresden, the once capital of Saxony, is indeed magnificent and magnificent.
Dresden, Germany (4). Auguste Bridge. The most famous Auguste Bridge on the Elbe was built in the 13th century. It was bombed in 1945 and rebuilt in 1949. The simple appearance, black bridge body and stones prove that most of the stones are still original. Looking at the bridge from the Brühl platform, under the setting sun, it is more simple and elegant, as beautiful as an oil painting.
On the Elbe River, the Altstadt and Auguste Bridge in the New Town are retro old bridges similar in appearance to the Notre Dame Cathedral and Semper Opera, and the Auguste Bridge can be seen from the Brühl platform. From the scale of the ancient bridge, the August Bridge can be called a bridge. It has four lanes and wide sidewalks. The length of the bridge is more than ten minutes. It takes into account the functions of traffic and sightseeing. There is a semi-circular balcony on both sides of the bridge at a distance. You can have a beautiful view of the banks of the Elbe or the buildings on the Brühl platform from a distance. If you are tired, you can have a rest, drink coffee, and eat. Dim sum, afternoon tea on the bridge is another experience.
It's 5 p.m. from the tranquil town of Dresden, which was removed from the World Heritage List, and it's dark, August Bridge is much more beautiful than the photo, and the vinegar and stuffy beef that is local in the age-apparent restaurant. The salt is full. Every time I go out, I want a cup of hot water to drink. Tomorrow, take Berlin!