Bridges

1

Krymsky Bridge

The first suspension bridge in Moscow, one of the six largest chain-bridges in Europe, is an attraction itself. It commands truly spectacular views of the places of interest of Moscow.

Zhivopisny Bridge

Zhivopisny Bridge is a one-of-a-kind cable-stayed construction. From a distance, a ball which hangs under the arch of the bridge strikes the eye, where an observation deck and a civil registry office are located.

Bogdan Khmelnitsky Bridge

Bogdan Khmelnitsky Bridge, also known as Kievsky Pedestrian Bridge, has become one of the most interesting observation areas in Moscow – a view of the Moskva River is amazing from up there!

Pushkinsky Bridge

Bagration Bridge

Bagration Bridge is a commerce and pedestrian bridge spanning the Moskva River. It is a part of the Moscow International Business Center (Moscow-City) which is currently under development.

Patriarshy Bridge

Patriarshy Bridge is a footbridge opened in 2004. It is located opposite the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, spanning the Moskva River and connecting Prechistenskaya and Bersenevskaya Embankments; its second (stylobate) part goes through Bolotny Island and spans the Vodootvodny Canal ending on the Yakimanskaya Embankment.

Novoarbatsky Bridge

Millionny Bridge

Millionny Bridge, officially known as Rostokino Aqueduct, is a stone aqueduct in Moscow which was built in the days of Catherine the Great. The construction of the bridge was several times interrupted and lasted about 25 years.

Borodinsky Bridge

Moscow’s Borodinsky Bridge is a three-span steel girder bridge that spans the Moskva River and connects Smolenskaya Street with Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya Street and the Kievsky railway station.