Maly Ustinsky Bridge in Moscow

Maly Ustinsky Bridge is a bridge in Moscow across the Yauza River. It was built in 1938 together with the Bolshoy Ustinsky Bridge. Connects Moskvoretskaya embankment with Kotelnicheskaya embankment.

The bridge is single-span, metal, of frame type. A feature of the bridge is that in terms of (top) it is a trapezoid. This is due to the fact that the bridge is located at the mouth of the Yauza River at its confluence with the Moscow River.

Upstream of the river is the Astakhovsky bridge.

Nearest metro: Taganskaya, Novokuznetskaya, Kitay-Gorod.

Attractions nearby: Stalinist skyscraper on Kotelnicheskaya embankmentNovospassky MonasteryNovospassky BridgeKrasnokholmskaya EmbankmentShlyuzovoy BridgeKosmodamianskaya embankmentBolshoy Krasnokholmsky BridgeKotelnicheskaya embankmentGoncharnaya embankmentKrigskomissariat, Red Square, Kremlin.

See also bridges and embankments of Moscow.

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