Semyonovsky Bridge in St. Petersburg

The Semyonovsky Bridge is a road metal girder bridge across the Fontanka River in the Admiralteysky/Central District of St. Petersburg, connecting Spassky and Bezymyanny Islands.

It is located along the axis of Gorokhovaya Street. Upstream is the Leshtukov Bridge, below is the Gorstkin Bridge. The nearest metro stations are Zvenigorodskaya, Sadovaya, Sennaya Ploshchad, Spasskaya.

Three-span metal beam bridge. The superstructure is metal welded beam-continuous system. Estimated spans: 18.3 + 14.05 + 18.3 m. In the cross section, there are six main beams with parallel belts with a distance between their axes of 3 m. The length of the bridge is 54 m, the width is 20.1 m .

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

Designer: P. V. Bazhenov.

Architect: L. A. Noskov.

Opening: 1717, 1949.

Closing for renovation: 1788, 1856-1857, 1949

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