The Belinsky Bridge in St. Petersburg

The Belinsky Bridge is a road stone arch bridge across the Fontanka River in the Central District of St. Petersburg, connecting Spassky and Bezymyanny Islands. Object of cultural heritage of Russia of regional significance.

Near the bridge are the Church of Simeon and Anna and Cinizelli Circus.

The nearest metro station is Gostiny Dvor. Upstream is the Panteleymonovsky bridge, below is the Anichkov bridge.

The bridge supports are made of stone, lined with granite. Triangular granite ice cutters are located on the supports below. The bridge is 56.6 m long and 19.06 m wide.

The bridge is intended for the movement of vehicles, trams and pedestrians.

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