Tatzelwurm

The Tatzelwurm bridge in Essing, Bavaria, Germany

 Essing, Germany, August 2014

Until 2006 it was Europe’s longest bridge made of wood, stretched across the Altmühl, a river in Bavaria. It’s name is “Tatzelwurm” – a mythical creature like a small dragon in native to Austria, Switzerland, and Southern Germany. Literally “tatzelwurm” means “worm or serpent with claws.”

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