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Zverynas Bridge Winter II

Žvėryno tiltas – tiltas per Nerį Vilniuje. Ilgis 103,1 m., plotis 11,35 m., aukštis 11 m. Pastatytas 1906 m. ir pavadinas Nikolajaus tiltu. Suprojektavo inžinierius V. Malinovskis, projektą tvirtino rusų mokslininkas N. Beleliubskis. 1944 m. vidurinioji tilto dalis buvo nugriauta, bet greitai atstatyta. 1991 m. ant tilto stovėjo Seimo gynėjų barikados. 2006 m. tiltas rekonstruotas.

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