Bridge Surselva

Holzbrücke, Rueun

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The wooden bridge in Rueun is the oldest covered wooden bridge in the canton of Graubünden and is under cantonal monument protection. The bridge leads over the Vorderrhein a little east of the station of Rueun. At its southern exit it flows into the Pole Way.

Description

The contract for the construction of the wooden bridge in Romansh punt da Rueun was signed on 28 December 1839 by the builders from Bonaduz for the price of 5550 florin; at that time about 435 francs.

For an excursion into nature, the Pole Trail beckons. It runs along the Rhine from Ilanz to Tavanasa and was built between 1940 and 1945 by interned Polish soldiers. Commemorative plaques and a shrine at the western end of plaun Grond commemorate this.

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