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|Locale||Mitte, Berlin, Germany|
|Total length||28 metres (92 ft)|
|Width||4.5 metres (15 ft)|
|Longest span||8.7 metres (29 ft)|
|No. of spans||3|
|Piers in water||2|
|Clearance below||4.5 metres (15 ft)|
|Constructed by||hölzerne Klappbrücke auf Steinwiderlagern|
The Jungfern Bridge (German: Jungfernbrücke) is a bridge in Berlin. It is the oldest bridge in Berlin. There have been nine predecessors on its site in Berlin-Mitte, spanning the Spree arm Kupfergraben and linking Friedrichsgracht to Oberwasserstraße.
- Herz, J. H. (1908). Guide through Germany, Austria-Hungary, Switzerland, Italy, France, Belgium, Holland, the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, &c:. Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft. Page 161. Retrieved from Google books
- "The oldest bridge: Jungfernbrücke (Mitte)". www.elephantinberlin.com.
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