The “Rheinkniebrücke” is a significant bridge located in Düsseldorf, Germany. Its name translates to “Rheinbend Bridge” in English, reflecting its location at a bend (or “knee”) in the Rhine River.

Constructed between 1969 and 1973, the Rheinkniebrücke spans the Rhine River and connects the districts of Oberkassel and Unterbilk. It serves as a vital transportation link for both pedestrians and vehicles, including cars, cyclists, and public transportation such as buses and trams.

The bridge is an iconic landmark in Düsseldorf, offering picturesque views of the river and the cityscape. Its distinctive design features multiple arches that support the roadway, creating an aesthetically pleasing silhouette against the skyline.

Due to its strategic location and importance for the city’s infrastructure, the Rheinkniebrücke plays a key role in facilitating commerce, tourism, and daily commuting for residents of Düsseldorf and visitors alike.

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