Cyclisme sur route - Incontournable
The Lühesperrwerk at the mouth of Lühe in the Elbe in the community Grünendeich west of Hamburg is part of a flood protection concept on the influenced by the tidal Unterelbe from the Geesthacht barrage to the mouth of the river in the North Sea, which developed as a result of the heavy storm surge in February 1962 has been.The barrage was built from 1964 to 1967 and put into operation in 1968. It protects the villages along the river in the Old Land.The building has a depth of 23.45 m. The navigation opening has a clear width of 10 m. It can be closed by two two-part stay gates. The drumming depth is 4 m below sea level, the upper edge of the stay gates is 7.60 m above sea level. The barrage is closed during storm surge from a water level of 2.20 m above sea level. Above the barrage is a bascule bridge, which was built in 1982 by the district of Stade and replaced a previously used rolling bridge.
5 novembre 2017
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