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Place Details

Kisses bridge

The history of this almost iconic bridge dates back to 1738, when it was still wooden and consisted of only a few planks. Initially, this design was adapted for pedestrian traffic. Gradually, the artists slightly improved the appearance of the bridge, so another name appeared — Tsvetnoy.

In 1758, Potseluev Bridge was significantly improved and adapted for transport

travel. This layout has been preserved until the beginning of the XIX century. For eight years, an arched cast-iron structure made of rubble stone was erected. The layout was designed by architect V. Igeste.

According to the new plan, the length of the bridge was 41.5 meters, width - 23.6 meters. The bridge is decorated with obelisks with lanterns that illuminate the road at night.

There is a legend according to which once there was a store of the merchant Potseluev near this place, hence the name. Well, today it is believed that a strong marriage is established on this bridge, a union of loving hearts is formed.

The history of this almost iconic bridge dates back to 1738, when it was still wooden and consisted of only a few planks. Initially, this design was adapted for pedestrian traffic. Gradually, the artists slightly improved the appearance of the bridge, so another name appeared — Tsvetnoy.

In 1758, Potseluev Bridge was significantly improved and adapted for transport

travel. This layout has been preserved until the beginning of the XIX century. For eight years, an arched cast-iron structure made of rubble stone was erected. The layout was designed by architect V. Igeste.

According to the new plan, the length of the bridge was 41.5 meters, width - 23.6 meters. The bridge is decorated with obelisks with lanterns that illuminate the road at night.

There is a legend according to which once there was a store of the merchant Potseluev near this place, hence the name. Well, today it is believed that a strong marriage is established on this bridge, a union of loving hearts is formed.

The history of this almost iconic bridge dates back to 1738, when it was still wooden and consisted of only a few planks. Initially, this design was adapted for pedestrian traffic. Gradually, the artists slightly improved the appearance of the bridge, so another name appeared — Tsvetnoy.

In 1758, Potseluev Bridge was significantly improved and adapted for transport

travel. This layout has been preserved until the beginning of the XIX century. For eight years, an arched cast-iron structure made of rubble stone was erected. The layout was designed by architect V. Igeste.

According to the new plan, the length of the bridge was 41.5 meters, width - 23.6 meters. The bridge is decorated with obelisks with lanterns that illuminate the road at night.

There is a legend according to which once there was a store of the merchant Potseluev near this place, hence the name. Well, today it is believed that a strong marriage is established on this bridge, a union of loving hearts is formed.

Address

st. Glinki 1

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