Old and New Andreevsky bridges by AlexanderGolev

The one in front is what remained of historic Andreevsky bridge. It had been transported a mile to the new place and now serves as a pedestrian-only connection. Official name is Pushkinsky bridge, but everyone continues calling it Andreevsky anyway.

The one you see on the background is a modern re-created copy of the old bridge, called “Novoandreevsky” or New Andreevsky bridge. It is a railroad bridge, as the old one was.

Again, the one you see in front is not on the map for reasons unknown.

P.S. The half-moon is real 🙂

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