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Patriarchal Bridge. Moscow.
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Patriarchal Bridge - a pedestrian bridge in Moscow. It was opened in 2004. Located opposite the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Moscow, crossing the river and connecting Prechistenskaya Bersenevskaya and embankments, etc. stylobate part goes through a marsh island, and crosses a drainage channel, resulting in Yakimanskaya waterfront. Patriarchal bridge built by the architect Posokhin, artist Zurab Tsereteli and Engineers A. Kolchin and O. Chemerinsky. Different unusual truss bearing span. Overall construction is styled with traditional architecture bridges the XIX century. In painting the bridge built in lights that make up light. Immediately after the opening of this bridge has become a popular destination for couples and honeymooners. It was on this bridge for the first time in Moscow, it was observed a new phenomenon - at his fence began to appear "locks of love": large granary, small and elegant, with names or without names.

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