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Adolphe Bridge

Where? L-1116 Luxembourg

Adolphe Bridge

Also called New Bridge, it was erected between 1900 and 1903 during the rule of Grand Duke Adolphe. This event was followed with great interest from abroad, because the bridge had the biggest stone arch in the world up to then. The big double arch spans more than 85 metres across the Pétrusse valley at a height of 42 metres, and a total length of 153 metres.

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Address: Administration des ponts et chaussées
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