Replacing an old Roman bridge, the old Main river bridge was built in the early 16th century. It's located in the historic German city of Wurzburg and connects the city's picturesque old town with the river's left bank.
The eight arched stone bridge is about 185 meters long and about seven meters wide, and is open to foot traffic only. The dozen statues of the saints and important figures from history were added in the early 18th century.
It has become a popular place for locals and tourists to stroll, admire the views of the city and perhaps enjoy a glass of wine from a nearby tavern.