164. Kasimovsky Bridge across the Volkovka River 9.27.2014
Kasimovsky Bridge across the Volkovka River 9.27.2014
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Kasimovsky bridge (Касимовский мост) crosses the Volkovka River in the alignment with Volkovka and Kasimovskaya streets in the Frunze district of St. Petersburg. The first wooden crossing at this place was built in 1821. In 1843 it was named Volkovskaya, after the river. In 1908 it was renamed Kasimovsky, in honor of the ancient town of Kasimov. In 1974, the bridge was rebuilt by project engineer L.N.Soboleva. It is a single span concrete bridge. The length is 26.8 m, and it is 27 m wide.