Mill Bridges

There are two Mill Bridges: the southern one and the northern one. In the early 19th century during the abolishment of municipal fortifications the northern prong of Odra was buried and the riverbed was corrected. In 1885 the wooden bridge was replaced by two new steel bridges. One was connected to Sand Island and the other one to the right side of town. The shape of the bridge is determined by steel bars. If you look from the distance it has a shape of an arc. After the WW2 the bridges where called Mills. The name came from the island which separates them for southern and northern ones.

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