Izmailovsky Bridge in St. Petersburg

Izmailovsky Bridge is a road stone arch bridge across the Fontanka River in the Admiralteysky district of St. Petersburg, connecting Spassky and Bezymyanny islands. One of the oldest bridges in the city. An object of cultural heritage of regional significance.

It connects Voznesensky Prospekt with Izmailovsky Prospekt. Upstream is the Obukhovsky bridge, below is the Krasnoarmeisky bridge. The nearest metro stations are Technological Institute, Sadovaya, Sennaya Ploshchad, Spasskaya.

The bridge is 70.5 m long and 15.9 m wide (the carriageway is 12 m wide).

The bridge is designed for vehicular and pedestrian traffic. The carriageway of the bridge includes 4 traffic lanes.

Engineer: V. V. Dymman

Opening: 1788, 1861.

Closing for renovation: 1786-1788, 1861, 2006-2008.

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