The Moselle Viaduct carries the Bundesautobahn 61 over a meander of the river Moselle, connecting the Hunsrück and Eifel mountain ranges. It was built between 1969 and 1972 between the German villages Winningen and Dieblich, about 10 kilometres southwest of Koblenz, where the river Moselle flows into the river Rhine.
Moselle Viaduct is also the name of the 1974 bridge where Bundesautobahn 1 between Wittlich and Trier crosses the river Moselle near Schweich.
Address A61, 56332, Germany
Coordinates 50°18'48.677" N 7°29'31.923" E