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Konya Furniture Industrial Area Pedestrian Overpass
Turkey

Konya Mobilyacılar Köprülü Kavşağı yakınında, İstanbul Çevre Yolu üzerinde bulunan modern bir yaya üst geçidi...

Merdivensiz olarak inşa edilen üst geçit hem yayalara hem de bisikletlilere hizmet veriyor.

MOBİLYACILAR KAVŞAĞI YAYA ÜST GEÇİDİ: Köprünün genişliği : 4 metre

Köprünün toplam uzunluğu : 185 metre

Askılı sistemde geçilen açıklık : 48.5 metre

Taşıyıcı sistem : Çelik askılı

Kullanılan çelik miktarı : 386 ton

Copyright: Ibrahim tunca
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 24/12/2011
Updated: 05/08/2014
Zobrazení: 174
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