The Zähringen Bridge
The Zaehringen bridge (named in reference to the Zähringen family who founded the city in 1157) was built in 1924, replacing the Grand suspension bridge, which stood in the same place since 1834 (built by Joseph Chaley).
The Zaehringen bridge is located in the Bourg-district, nearby the Cathedral of St. Nicholas. It allows, at its upper level, the link between the Schoenberg-district and the Bourg-district. A narrow road also passes through the piers of the bridge, a few meters above the Sarine and facilitates thus the movement in the Auge-district..