• Address: Juliusza Słowackiego, 72-420 Dziwnów

The bridge connecting Dziwnów and the island of Wolin was built in the 1950s where a former ferry crossing was. Initially, it was a wooden bridge with a single span lifted. The current one, with a steel structure, was commissioned in 1994. Its two spans rise to let yachts, cutters and cruise ships leave the port. Raising the span opens a 16-meter-wide navigation channel.

The first bridge, from the 1950s, became famous thanks to its portrayal in the movie “Czterej pancerni i pies” (Four Tankmen and a Dog) as the site of one of the daring actions. It is now a great tourist attraction, both for passengers of ships passing underneath it and people observing the process of lifting the bridge from the ground. Spans are electrically lifted at even hours.


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