The Hermitage Bridge – the oldest stone bridge in St. Petersburg

The Hermitage Bridge is a road reinforced concrete arch bridge across the Winter Canal, connecting the 1st and 2nd Admiralteysky Islands in the Central District of St. Petersburg.

This is the oldest stone bridge in St. Petersburg.

The view of the Hermitage Bridge from Millionnaya Street in the direction of the Neva river is one of the recognizable symbols of the city. An object of cultural heritage of Russia of federal significance.

Located along the line of the Palace Embankment between the buildings of the Hermitage Theater (house number 32) and the Big (Old) Hermitage (house number 34) at the source of the Winter Canal. Downstream is the 1st Winter Bridge.

The nearest metro stations are Admiralteyskaya (1.0 km), Nevsky Prospekt (1.2 km), Gostiny Dvor (1.2 km).

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