The North-Baltic-Sea-Canal connects the North Sea (Elbmündung) with the Baltic Sea (Kieler Förde) and is the most frequently used artificial waterway for seagoing vessels worldwide. The canal is closed at both ends by locks against the changing water levels of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. Eight roads and four railway sections cross the Kiel Canal into a total of ten bridges, thirteen vehicle and one passenger ferries enable transport to the other side, and a road and a pedestrian tunnel have existed since 1961 at Rendsburg. All the bridges have the same passage height of 42 meters for the shipping, because the canal was designed for the line ships of the German class of the Imperial Navy.
This RLV shows the second half of the route from the canal ferry Breiholz to Kieler Förde. This time the tour leads not only along the canal, but also through Rendsburg and a piece of land.
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