Göltzsch Viaduct

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  • photo of Göltzsch Viaduct
  • photo of Göltzsch Viaduct
  • photo of Göltzsch Viaduct
  • photo of Göltzsch Viaduct
  • photo of Göltzsch Viaduct
Original nameGöltzschtalbrücke
LocationSaxony, Germany
Statusin use
Open1851
FunctionRailway bridge
DesignArch bridge
Length574 m
Height78 m
Longest span30 m
Width23 m
Number of spans98
See bridge in maps

Göltzsch Viaduct is a railway bridge located in Germany, the construction started in 1846 and completed in 1851. A total of 1736 people in the construction of the bridge. When the bridge was completed was the highest in the world, but is still the largest brick bridge in the world. The bridge consists of over 26 million bricks.
Göltzsch Viaduct located near Elster Viadukt which was also built at the same time and built of brick.