Patriarchal bridge

  • Moscow, Russia
  • Prechistenskaya, Bersenevskaya, Yakimanskaya embankments, Moscow 
  • Patriarchal bridge - a pedestrian bridge in Moscow, which leads to the Temple of Christ the Savior. Opened in 2004, outside the cities styled in the tradition of 19th century architecture.

    Patriarchal bridge, in the creation of which he participated Zurab Tsereteli, consists of two parts. The first part of the bridge goes across the Moscow River, connecting the waterfront with Prachystsenskay marsh island, and the second - through drainage ditches, on Bolotnaya embankment to Yakimanskaya.

    During its short existence, the city had become a symbol of unity in the brides in this place for the first time in Moscow was embodied tradition to hang "Locks of Love".
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