- Wilhelm l
Some 40 equestrian statues were erected for the first emperor of the German Empire: Kaiser Wilhelm I (1797-1888). Only 15 of them survived. Most of the disappeared statues were melted down during or shortly after WW II. Some of them just disappeared. It cannot be excluded that they still exist in some place waiting for their revival.
- Drake, Friedrich
Worth noting is that on both sides of this bridge over the river Rhine two equestrian statues are placed. On the cathedral side two statues by Louis Tuaillon of the successors of Wilhelm I: Wilhelm II (1910) and Friedrich III (1911), and on the other side the statues of Friedrich Wilhelm IV and Wilhelm I, both from 1864 by respectively Bläser and Drake.