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River Views #1195: Over the Bridge 10


Another view North from Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke towards
the old railway bridge with nicer cloud reflections!

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River Views #1194: Over the Bridge 9


The view North from Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke towards the old railway bridge.

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River Views #1193: Over the Bridge 8


The arches on the North side of Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke.

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River Views #1192: Over the Bridge 7


Another view of the statue informally called ‘The three Graces’ on the West bridgehead of Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke. Its actual name is ‘Lebensfreude’ (‘Joy of Life’) and was created in 1963 by artist and sculptor Heinrich Adolfs.

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River Views #1191: Over the Bridge 6


A sort-of closeup of Mülheim’s Max-Planck-Institute for Carbon Research, from a distance of about 1.2 Kilometers.

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River Views #1190: Over the Bridge 5


From the West bridgehead of Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke you can see the statue of the ‘Three Graces’ and over a kilometer further southeast the Max-Planck-Institute for carbon research high upon the Kahlenberg.

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River Views #1189: Over the Bridge 4


Mülheim’s Stadthalle borders right on the West bridgehead of the Schloßbrücke, where you can walk through these wonderful arches onto the bridge or down the stairs to the left to the riverbank.

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River Views #1188: Over the Bridge 3


Mülheim’s Stadthalle from the “rear” – which is actually the front entrance of the concert and theatre venue across the river from the inner city. This foyer was added in the 1950 when the hall was reconstructed after the second world war.

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River Views #1187: Over the Bridge 2


When you’re standing next to Mülheim’s Schloß Broich on the West side of the river, you can look right across the Schloßbrücke and see the Petrikirche on the Kirchenhügel, the hill that is the center of the old historic inner city.

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River Views #1186: Over the Bridge 1


I’ve run out of city photos, but I found a few shots from 2020 with a little walk over Mülheim’s Schloßbrücke, which is named after the castle Schloß Broich near the West riverbank across the inner city. This is where our city had its origins around the 9th century.

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