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Troitskii Most (Trinity Bridge), St. Petersburg

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Open Hours: Mo to Su from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
This is a ten-part bridge 582 meters long and 23.6 meters wide. It is flung across the Neva, connecting Suvorovskaia Ploshchad' and Kamennoostrovskii Prospekt. It was built between 1897 and 1903 by the French firm "Batignolles." During reconstruction work from 1965-1967, a granite arched bay was built on the left bank and the drawbridge section was made into a one-winged bascule mechanism. Iron railings and street-lamps in modernist style also adorn the bridge, and the right bank is decorated with attractive obelisks.