Kuldiga Bridge

Kuldiga Bridge

Kuldig Bridge admires not only its beauty but also the fact that it is the third longest brick bridge in Europe. The bridge was built in 1874 , its original width was 26 feet. This width was created so that 2 carriages could safely leave on the bridge.

The length of the bridge is 164 meters , the bridge is illuminated by 6 cast-iron lampposts with bases in the form of fish. The bridge offers a stunning view of the waterfall of the Vente River.

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