The Wilhelmina bridge in Deventer, named after Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands over the river IJssel. It was built between 1939 and 1943, but blown up by the German occupying army in April 1945. After the liberation it was rebuilt in 1948.
The bridge is world famous for the film "A bridge to far" which had to replace the Arnhem Rhine bridge, that could do no service for filming because of the nearby post-war buildings.
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