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Although one span was badly damaged in 1945, most of the bridge is its original 1891 construction although it has been upgraded to take the weight of modern traffic.
OK, so Moltke was a Chief of Staff of the Prussian Army....More
Taking the riverboat is the best way to see the architecture of this bridge with the carved stone faces and griffens It is a pleasure to pass underneath and view it . The bridge was buil;t in 1891 The bridge is named after Field Marshal...More
This is one of the most beautiful bridges in Berlin, it also has a history being the location of a famous fight between the Russians and the German army during the battle for Berlin
Well worth a walk across during a visit to the city
Have a picnic by the Moltkebrücke. Moltkebrücke is one of the few bridges in Berlin to have survived the war. It's situated just by the Spree next to the Chancellory and has a beautiful view of the riverbank.