If you had the opportunity to visit Prague, you know that one of the icons of the Czech capital is the Charles Bridge, which is also a maximum concentration of tourists. For in the historic city of Heidelberg in Germany, there is also a Charles Bridge, part of its most characteristic image, from the viewpoints of the Philosopher’s Walk.
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Actually called Karl Theodor Bridge in honor of the Elector Palatine Carl Theodor, who had it built in 1786 in place of an original wooden bridge in the late thirteenth century. This was destroyed by a flood in 1784, it was decided to build a new stone bridge. (más…)