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Saint-Petersburg. The City of Bridges

Семенова Полина
6 класс ГОУ СОШ 207
Центрального района Санкт-Петербурга
Учитель: Дворецкая Ольга Борисовна

My name is Polina Semenova. I am a pupil of the sixth form. I love my city and would like everybody to know more about it. I’ll tell you some words about the bridges in St-Petersburg.

The Alexander Nevsky Bridge in St Petersburg is named after the legendary Russian military commander and politician Alexander Nevsky. The bridge connects Alexander Nevsky Square and Zanevsky prospect. Until 2004, when the Big Obukhovsky Bridge was built, the Alexander Nevsky Bridge was the longest bridge across the Neva River in Saint Petersburg. Its length is 905.7 meters, and it is 35 meters wide. The bridge was built from 1960 to 1965 under the working name of Old Neva Bridge. On November 5, 1965 the bridge was open for traffic. Its length is 909.5m.
The Blue Bridge,(Siniy most), is a 97.3 metre wide bridge that spans the Moika River in Saint Petersburg, . The Blue Bridge is the widest bridge in Saint Petersburg and is sometimes claimed to be the widest bridge in the world — a claim, however, that has not been recognized by international reference works, such as the Guinness World Records.
Bank Bridge is a 25-m-long pedestrian bridge crossing the Griboedov Canal in Saint Petersburg. Like other bridges across the canal, the existing structure dates from 1826. The bridge engineer was Wilhelm von Traitteur, who conceived of a pedestrian separation structure suspended by cables. He was an engineer who also built other bridges over the Griboyedov Canal, Fontanka and Moika. The general management of the bridge construction was carried out by Colonel E. A. Adam.

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