Red Bridge in St. Petersburg

The Red Bridge is a road metal arch bridge across the Moyka River in the Central District of St. Petersburg, connecting Kazansky and 2nd Admiralteysky Islands. This is the only bridge across the Moyka, built according to the standard design of V. I. Geste, which has retained its historical appearance. An object of cultural heritage of Russia of federal significance.

Belongs to the number of St. Petersburg bridges with “colored” names.

It is located along the axis of Gorokhovaya Street. Near the bridge are the Trading House “S. Esders and K. Scheefhals” (Moyka embankment, house No. 73/15) and the building of the Russian State Pedagogical University named after. A. I. Herzen (Moyka Embankment, house No. 52).

Upstream is the Green Bridge, below is the Blue Bridge.

The nearest metro is Gostiny Dvor station.

The total length of the bridge is 22.0 m, the width of the bridge is 16.8 m. The bridge is designed for vehicular and pedestrian traffic.

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