The Erfurt Synagogue in Erfurt, Germany, was built c. 1100. It is thought to be the oldest synagogue building still standing in Europe. It is planned to permanently house the Erfurt Treasure and is currently undergoing renovation.
The Pulteney bridge is one of the six last inhabited bridges of the continent.
One of them is ever posted in Google Earth Hacks. It is the "ponte vecchio" in Florence, Italy.
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Eastern bridge of the inhabited bridges of Europe, the particularity of this one is that it is fully covered with a roof. The History says that it has been rebuilt in 1874, due to a flood, and, in 1931 due to a fire.
The sixth bridge will not appear in my collection. the satellite view is so bad... It is situated in the French Brittany, close to the western point of the country. Its na...
Six years, 500 million euros, 918 meters long.......now this is engineering! This is a channel-bridge over the River Elbe and joins the former East and West Germany, as part of the unification project. It is located in the city of Magdeburg, near Berlin.It will be the largest water bridge in Europe.
Glienicke Bridge was the scene of exchanges of secret agents. It was one of the few places in the world where the United States and the Soviet Union stood directly opposite each other. And so deals could be made here without any of their allies having any say in the matter.
This bridge between West-Berlin and the former DDR was a hotspot of cold-war times. Spies were frequently exchang...
73 Mosquitos to Berlin, 6 to Bremen, 4 to Erfurt and 3 on 'siren tours' of various German towns, 35 Lancasters to railway viaducts at Altenbeken and Bielefeld, 48 RCM sorties, 23 Mosquito patrols, 19 aircraft on Resistance operations. 1 Mosquito from the Erfurt raid crashed in Belgium.
Also there is the viaduct in a side view after the attack and the kind of bomb which destroyed it.
The Ludendorff Bridge was a railroad bridge across the Rhine in Germany, connecting the cities of Remagen and Erpel.
The bridge is famous for its capture by Allied forces in the Second World War. The bridge was an important strategic point in WWII because it was the only remaining bridge which led over the Rhine River into Germany and Berlin.
The Bridge crossing the Bow River in Calgary, Alberta. It was originally called the MacArthur Bridge, but it was destroyed in a flood in 1915. In 2000, the bridge was restored and renovated. The bridge features four lions atop the sides of the bridge.