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Chain Bridge - Stadlec, Czech Republic
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member ToRo61
N 49° 22.047 E 014° 30.890
33U E 464775 N 5468417
Quick Description: Presently the bridge is the only surviving Empire style chain bridge in Bohemia. It is situated on the river Lužnice between Stádlec and Dobrejice. The chain bridge dates from the early 19th century and is listed for technical excellence.
Location: Jihočeský kraj, Czechia
Date Posted: 4/12/2015 8:43:08 AM
Waymark Code: WMNP5H
Published By: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS
Views: 2

Long Description:
It was designed by ing. B. Schnirch and ing. Gassner and constructed by Vojtech Lanna between 1847-1848, spanning the Vltava in Podolsko. Before the Orlík Lake was constructed the bridge was disassembled and relocated to the Lužnice. 2,000 granite blocks with a total weight of 1000 tons and 1,100 steel parts which weighed 100 tons were gradually relocated from the valley of the Vltava to the valley of the Lužnice. Each piece was allocated a number to ensure that it got to the right spot when the bridge was re-assembled. Only passenger cars less than 2 metres wide can cross it.

More information: (visit link)
Original Location: N 49° 21.467 E 014° 16.450

How it was moved: Disassembled

Type of move: Region to Region

Building Status: Public

Related Website: [Web Link]

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