Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Pevchesky Bridge

Pevchesky Bridge is located in the central district of St. One of its sides, it literally rests on the gates of the famous center of musical culture of the northern capital — the Singing Chapel. This played a role in choosing a new name for the bridge, formerly known as the Yellow Bridge.

The history of the Pevchesky Bridge begins in the first half of the 19th century — in 1834, the first wooden bridge was built in its place. The construction was based on a project by architect Montferrand. The bridge was needed to allow waxes that took part in the parade at the opening of the Alexander Column to pass to Palace Square.

Later, the temporary structure was replaced by a more durable one - cast iron. This happened in 1839-1840, almost simultaneously with the completion of the work on the creation of the Palace Square ensemble. The new bridge, which is a cast-iron arch, was built according to the project of engineer E. A. Adam's. Emperor Nicholas I himself was the first to test the new bridge, having crossed it in his carriage.

In 2003-2004, the Pevchesky Bridge underwent major repairs for the first time. Currently, it is the fourth largest bridge in the city (72 meters). Its main decorative element is an openwork grille. Near the Pevchesky Bridge there is a museum-apartment of the great Russian poet and writer A. S. Pushkina.

Pevchesky Bridge is located in the central district of St. One of its sides, it literally rests on the gates of the famous center of musical culture of the northern capital — the Singing Chapel. This played a role in choosing a new name for the bridge, formerly known as the Yellow Bridge.

The history of the Pevchesky Bridge begins in the first half of the 19th century — in 1834, the first wooden bridge was built in its place. The construction was based on a project by architect Montferrand. The bridge was needed to allow waxes that took part in the parade at the opening of the Alexander Column to pass to Palace Square.

Later, the temporary structure was replaced by a more durable one - cast iron. This happened in 1839-1840, almost simultaneously with the completion of the work on the creation of the Palace Square ensemble. The new bridge, which is a cast-iron arch, was built according to the project of engineer E. A. Adam's. Emperor Nicholas I himself was the first to test the new bridge, having crossed it in his carriage.

In 2003-2004, the Pevchesky Bridge underwent major repairs for the first time. Currently, it is the fourth largest bridge in the city (72 meters). Its main decorative element is an openwork grille. Near the Pevchesky Bridge there is a museum-apartment of the great Russian poet and writer A. S. Pushkina.

Pevchesky Bridge is located in the central district of St. One of its sides, it literally rests on the gates of the famous center of musical culture of the northern capital — the Singing Chapel. This played a role in choosing a new name for the bridge, formerly known as the Yellow Bridge.

The history of the Pevchesky Bridge begins in the first half of the 19th century — in 1834, the first wooden bridge was built in its place. The construction was based on a project by architect Montferrand. The bridge was needed to allow waxes that took part in the parade at the opening of the Alexander Column to pass to Palace Square.

Later, the temporary structure was replaced by a more durable one - cast iron. This happened in 1839-1840, almost simultaneously with the completion of the work on the creation of the Palace Square ensemble. The new bridge, which is a cast-iron arch, was built according to the project of engineer E. A. Adam's. Emperor Nicholas I himself was the first to test the new bridge, having crossed it in his carriage.

In 2003-2004, the Pevchesky Bridge underwent major repairs for the first time. Currently, it is the fourth largest bridge in the city (72 meters). Its main decorative element is an openwork grille. Near the Pevchesky Bridge there is a museum-apartment of the great Russian poet and writer A. S. Pushkina.

Adresse

37—39, Moika River Embankment

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