Take a tour of Glienicke Bridge in Berlin, Germany — part of the World’s Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats. The unmistakable Glienicke Bridge connects the capital city of Berlin to Potsdam via the Havel River. It was an active bridge during the Cold War. Troops from the US and Soviet armies faced off several times on this bridge. The bridge was famously used to swap spies from both sides of the Cold War back and forth, giving it the nickname The Bridge of Spies. It wasn’t until the year 1989 that the bridge finally reopened for public use again. You won’t want to miss visiting this famous bridge that has been the host of so much history.
hi I’m Naomi and I’m very excited to
show you the world’s greatest
attractions the unmistakable glienicke
bridge connects the capital city of
Berlin to Potsdam via the hovel river it
was an active bridge during the Cold War
troops from the US and Soviet armies
faced off several times on this bridge
the bridge was famously used to swap
spies from both sides of the Cold War
back and forth giving it the nickname
the bridge of spies it wasn’t until the
year nineteen eighty nine that the
bridge finally reopened for public use
again you won’t want to miss visiting
this famous bridge that has been the
host of so much history thank you for
watching our travel video series see you
next time