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Construction of bridge on Big Ussuri Island - winter
Панорама строительства моста на остров Большой Уссурийский, недалеко от Хабаровска. Виден городок строителей и строительная площадка. В данный момент началась надвижка пролётного строения на опоры. Зимой переправа на остров осуществляется по льду Амурской протоки. На панораме видны несколько переправ - некоторые предназначены только для строительной техники. На острове видны поля совхоза "Заря". На переднем плане виден устой понтонного моста. Понтонная переправа действует только в тёплое время года, в период навигации по Амуру, новый мост призван заменить понтонные и ледовые переправы. Панорама с высоты птичьего полёта снята при помощи воздушного змея, высота - около 90 метров.
Copyright: Mikhail Muryy
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14000x7000
Taken: 24/02/2013
Uploaded: 24/02/2013
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: construction; bridge; ussuri; island; winter; russian; aerial; kaping; kap; kite
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