The 2nd Sadovy Bridge in St. Petersburg

The 2nd Sadovy Bridge is a road reinforced concrete frame bridge across the Moyka River in the Central District of St. Petersburg, connecting the 1st Admiralteysky and Spassky Islands. An object of cultural heritage of Russia of regional significance.

It connects Tsaritsynsky passage with the passage along the Field of Mars. The bridge is located in the concentration of historical places: directly at the Mikhailovsky Garden, the Field of Mars and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.

Upstream is the 1st Sadovy Bridge, below is the Tripartite Bridge.

The nearest metro (600 m) is Gostiny Dvor station, exit to the Griboyedov Canal.

Construction type: frame bridge
Material: reinforced concrete
Total length: 30.2 m
Total width: 20.5 m

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