Hohenzollern Bridge – Bridge of the Liebesschlösser
by User · 6. April 2015
Hohenzollernbrücke – Brücke der Liebesschlösser
The Hohenzollern Bridge – Bridge of the Liebesschlösser. The bridge with the many Liebesschlössern should be a visit to Cologne in any case. Everyone who loves this bridge can be immortalized here with a love-lock. And how does it work? I myself have a lap with my wife. Before his visit you should get his castle in any case with engraving. Directly at the station you get no castle with an engraving at an affordable price. On the bridge you will find a free space for your castle, usually on the right side of the bridge (coming from the cathedral). This is certainly not easy, but it is possible. After the lovers have immortalized themselves with the locked castle, the keys (all keys) are thrown together in the Rhine. This is to symbolize eternal love.
So go and confess your love!
P.s. Also for singles is worth a visit. You will only see such a bridge full of castles in Cologne.
More about the history of the bridge:
The Hohenzollern Bridge was built between 1907 and 1911 in the imperial age and is the only Cologne bridge that was not destroyed in the Second World War. It consists of three adjacent arc-shaped bridges, each with three arches, made entirely of steel. The connection for the train which links the left and the right side of the Rhine. All those who want to go to Cologne and have to come from the right side of the Rhine.