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The Renovated Museum of Bridges Opened in St. Petersburg
22.10.2019 00:31
The Renovated Museum of Bridges Opened in St. Petersburg
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The renovated Museum of Bridges was opened after moving to Muchnoi Lane in St. Petersburg.

      The area of 1.3 thousand square meters will be a place for the collection formed during more than 200 years and currently including about 100 models of the main symbols of St. Petersburg – bridges - wooden and stone, metal and highway, existing and unimplemented, being the copies of St. Petersburg crossings built in XIX-XX centuries.

      The museum is located at the address: Letter , 2 Muchnoi Lane. Previously, the Museum of Bridges was located on the territory of one of the bridge-building enterprises in the town of Krasnoye Selo. After the owner of the building went bankrupt, the question arose concerning the relocation of the collection.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: St. Petersburg St. Petersburg museums    

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