Photographer's Note

The Alexander Nevsky Bridge (Russian: Мост Александра Невского, Most Aleksandra Nevskogo) is the longest bridge across the Neva River in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
It is named after the legendary Russian military commander and politician Alexander Nevsky. The bridge connects Alexander Nevsky Square and Zanevsky prospect. There are seven bridge spans, the central span can be drawn in two minutes.
The bridge's length is 905.7 meters, and it is 35 meters wide. The bridge was built from 1960 to 1965 under the working name of Old Neva Bridge.
The testing was done by means of the column of army tanks. On November 5, 1965 the bridge was open for traffic.

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Additional Photos by Julia Smirnova (Ulishna) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 326 W: 68 N: 251] (2268)
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