Köhlbrandbrücke

The Köhlbrandbrücke was inaugurated in 1974 and is one of the most prominent landmarks in Hamburg. The 3,940 meter-long bride is the second longest bridge in Germany. Just like in the real Hamburg construction, the Wunderland's Köhlbrandbrücke was also a complex structure to erect, with the suspension towers rising up far into the sky of Wunderland's Hamburg section. The Wunderland bridge was built according to the original plans, taking around 270 working hours to complete. It is 6.66 meters long, with the suspension towers being approx. 1.40 meters high. Around 350 cyclists drive across the bridge for our miniature version of the HEW Cyclassics event. Enviromentalists also are making use of bridge to bring attention to the fate of elephants in Africa.

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