This is a three-bay bridge 57.1 meters long and 14.7 meters wide crossing the Fontanka River at Ploshchad' Lomonosova. It ... More
Chernyshev Most (Chernyshev Bridge)
This is a three-bay bridge 57.1 meters long and 14.7 meters wide crossing the Fontanka River at Ploshchad' Lomonosova. It was originally a drawbridge with a two-winged wooden bay between two side bay-arches. The raising mechanisms were housed in granite towers designed to look like open summer-houses. In 1912-1913, the bridge was restored by engineer A.P. Pshenitskii. The wooden bay was replaced by a metal girder and the bridge's piers and vaults were reinforced. In 1915, granite obelisk lamps made by I.A. Fomin were put in place.
Dvortsovyi Most (Palace Bridge) is a drawbridge that is 250 meters long, 27.7 meters wide and stretches across the Neva
near the Winter Palace. In so doing, it connects the Admiralteiskii area of the city with Vasil'evskii Ostrov. It ...
This concert hall is at the heart of St Peterburg's musical history. It was originally built in 1889 by Benoir
to replace a small, former concert hall. It was partly responsible for the birth and growth of Russian professional ...
As the name might suggest, this cellar bar right in the center of the city is designed with a Viking
theme. The rather lush menu contains dishes such as Flaming Mermaids or Sizzling Spit, “served on a Viking sword”. ...
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