Minden Aqueduct

Local name
LocationMinden, Germany

The Minden Aqueduct is an aqueduct near Minden, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It actually consists of two parallel water bridges, that lead the Mittelland Canal over the Weser. The older of the two bridges is no longer used for shipping. After the Magdeburg Water Bridge, it is the second biggest aqueduct in Europe.

The aqueduct is part of an intersection of waterways: the Mittelland Canal is connected with the Weser by two branch, or link, canals.

Tags CanalBridgeAqueduct
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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minden_Aqueduct

Address 32423, Germany

Coordinates 52°18'10.467" N 8°55'47.601" E

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