The Bösebrücke is an arched bridge in Berlin and connects the districts of Prenzlauer Berg and Gesundbrunnen via the tracks of the long-distance
and urban railway.
The bridge gained worldwide fame on November 9, 1989, the day the Wall fell, when the Bornholmer Strasse border crossing at
the eastern end of the bridge was opened.
The Bösebrücke was the first crossing in East Berlin to be opened to GDR citizens.