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29 Jul 2018
“Blue In Colour”
21 Jul 2018
“The Widest Bridge”
One of the widest bridges in the world, this partially blue cast-iron bridge was built in 1818 and spans over 319 feet in width.
Reki Moyki Emb. | Isaakievskaya Square, St. Petersburg, Russia
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Reviewed 4 August 2018

Okay, this is the widest bridge in St. Petersburg. A lot of tour busses stop here to disgorge tourists. From the street level it just looks like a wide spot in the road. From the canal there's a blue truss and more of a tunnel...More

Thank dskid
Reviewed 29 July 2018

If you take a river trip you will pass under lots of bridges, this one is different as it is Blue in colour. It is also famous for being the widest bridge in the world!

Thank Howlo
Reviewed 21 July 2018

The Siniy Bridge known as the Blue Bridge is supposed to be the widest Bridge in the world. Crossing the Moyka River connecting St. Isaacs Square with Moyka Embankment

Thank DavidManchester107
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We happened to cross this 319-foot span bridge two times from to and fro ways to embark our canal cruise boat on Moyka River. There is heavy traffic on the bridge to St. Issac Cathedral. Do not miss this bridge when you take photos on...More

Reviewed 15 December 2016

This bridge spans the Moyka River and connects the St. Isaac's Square with the Moyka Embankment on the other bank. But all this area may be counted as the St.Isaac's Square. The Blue bridge is the steel bridge painted in blue and fixed with its...More

Thank Oleg Y
Reviewed 10 August 2016

The Blue Bridge is the widest bridge in the world with an impressive 319-foot span encompassing the entire width of St. Isaac's Square. Built of cast iron in 1818 by the Russian architect Geste. In the 19th century, the bridges along the Moika River were...More

1  Thank Maggi713
Reviewed 26 June 2016

There are a large number of bridges in St Petersburg which cross the numerous canals. This one happens to be painted blue, and is close to St Isaac's Cathedral and the statue of Nicholas I, but otherwise is much the same as all the others.

1  Thank Michael C
Reviewed 2 December 2015

Yes its a blue bridge..Handy to define this bridge from others I suppose..nice to glide under on one of those tourist boats around the canals.

1  Thank karen m
Reviewed 1 August 2015 via mobile

the blue bridge lies at the back of st. Isaacs cathedral, square and palace. it is so wide that you can not see it as a bridge, in fact wider than longer. you have to look for the blue railings to appreciate its enormous width....More

1  Thank drjsaleh
Reviewed 7 July 2015

I did not see the wider bridge, but I am almost sure that there is some wider bridge in the world, maybe it used to be widest :)

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