Sferano 017 / Kiezmark, bridge over the Wisla river

PL, Województwo Pomorskie, Kiezmark:

"Most w Kiezmarku – most w Kiezmarku na dolnej Wiśle otwarty 22 lipca 1973 w ciągu DK7.Konstrukcja nośna mostu została wykonana w stoczniach Gdańska i Gdyni. Jest to ostatni most wiślany położony najdalej na północy, także jeden z najniższych. Ostatni poważny remont mostu został wykonany w 2004 r. Wymiary mostu:- długość 943,8, - szerokość 14,7 m, - maksymalna rozpiętość 130 m. Główni projektanci mostu: - mgr inż. Lucjan Malinowski; - mgr inż. Jerzy Mieszczuk; - mgr inż. Eugeniusz Łoboda; - mgr inż. Tadeusz Zarzecki"

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(info za wiki: www.pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Most_w_Kiezmarku)

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Uploaded: 15/02/2011
Updated: 26/08/2014


Tags: poland; polska; pomorskie; pomerania; bridge; bridge over river; wisla; wisła; kiezmark; e7; route e7; sunset
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