Category:Closed Germany-Poland bridges

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After the end of World War II, the river Neisse became the new border between Germany and Poland. Some of the bridges were destroyed in 1945 but others were just made unpassable to stop the free movement of people at the new International state border. Barbed wire installations were removed shortly after the Schengen entry of Poland in 2007. However, some of the bridges between Poland and Germany are still closed by gates. Find some examples in this category.


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