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Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge

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Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge (Russian: Большеохтинский мост, before 1917 - Peter the Great Bridge, Russian: Мост Петра́ Вели́кого, Most Petra Velikogo; from 1917 to 1956 - Bolsheokhtensky Bridge, Russian: Большеохтенский мост; also known as Okhtinsky Bridge, Russian: Охтинский мост) is a bridge across the Neva River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bridge's length is 334 meters, the width is 23 meters. The bridge features only three spans, the central one can be drawn.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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