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Picturesque Bridge. Point One.
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Picturesque Bridge (Bridge in Silverpine Forest) - cable-stayed bridge across the Moscow River, is located on the north-west of Moscow, and is part of being built Krasnopresnensky prospectus. Opened on 27 December 2007.

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