Category:Ludwigsbrücke

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This is the category of the Bavarian Baudenkmal (cultural heritage monument) with the ID
D-1-62-000-4080 (Wikidata)
Deutsch: Über beide Isararme, 1934–35 erneuerte Stahlbeton-Bogenbrücke, mit Naturstein verkleidet; an der Westseite drei (ehemals vier) steinerne Pylone mit Figuren, Feuerschalen und Gedenkinschrift-Tafeln, 1890–92 vom Bildhauer Syrius Eberle.
English: Ludwigs bricge crosses both arms of the Isar. It was reconstructed in 1934-35 as a reinforced concrete arch bridge. It is sheathed with natural stone. The west side has a 'gateway of three (formerly four) stone pylons with figures, fire bowls and commemorative plaques, created by the sculptor Syrius Eberle in 1890-92.
Ponte Ludovico (it); pont Louis (fr); Ludwigsbrücke (nl); 路德維希橋 (慕尼黑) (zh-hant); 路德维希桥 (慕尼黑) (zh-cn); Ludwigsbrücke (de); Cầu Ludwig (vi); Ludwig bridge Munich (en); 路德维希桥 (zh-hans); 路德维希桥 (zh) Straßenbrücke in München, Deutschland (de); pont allemand (fr); verkeersbrug in München, Duitsland (nl) Ludwigsbrucke (nl)
Ludwig bridge Munich 
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Instance ofroad bridge,
arch bridge
Named after
Location Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany
Street address
  • Ludwigsbrücke
Crosses
Has part
  • Brückenfigur
Heritage designation
Inception
  • 3 November 1935
Date of official opening
  • 3 May 1828
Significant event
  • start of manufacturing or construction (1823)
48° 07′ 54.84″ N, 11° 35′ 08.16″ E
Authority control
Wikidata Q1346774
GND ID: 7623353-4
Bavarian monument authority ID: D-1-62-000-4080
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