Mildenstein Castle on the mountain, with the river Mulde and forest area in the foreground, sights, day-trip destination, water touring, active holiday, cycling, hiking
Sailboat harbour with jetty at dusk, holiday, excursion destination, sailing
Two people are hiking along a track in the forest, active
Döllnitz train on the tracks and cyclists on the other side, family outing, active holidays, industrial culture, cycling tours
View of the Quarry and the Beucha Mountain Church, sights, leisure
A couple with a child at Düben Castle, father is pointing towards something, day-trip destination, family day out, holiday
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Grimma Suspension Bridge

Grimma Suspension Bridge ©LRA LK Leipzig

Saxony's longest suspension bridge, at 80 metres, spans the Mulde river in Grimma. It connects the city area with the city park on the opposite bank of the Mulde. 
The suspension bridge in Grimma was built in 1924, demolished in 1945 and rebuilt four years later as a riveted construction. During the two floods in 2002 and 2013 it was badly damaged, making it inaccessible for several months. Today, however, it has been completely restored and is often traversed by hikers and cyclists.


location Grimma Suspension Bridge
Colditzer Weg
04668 Grimma
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