Russia

Senate Square

Senatskaya is one of the main and oldest squares in St. Petersburg. Included in most excursion routes around the city.It is associated with important historical events and is adjacent to outstanding architectural monuments. It is on Senate Square that the famous monument to Peter I on horseback is located, which has become one of the symbols of …

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Vysotsky Skyscraper

In November 2011, a 54-storey building made of glass and concrete was opened in Yekaterinburg – the Vysotsky business center.The modern business complex is included in the Guinness Book of Records in the nomination “The highest multifunctional business center in the Ural-Siberian region.” Vysotsky is the first skyscraper built in the city of Yekaterinburg, in …

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Iset Tower

The Iset Tower in Yekaterinburg is a 52-storey skyscraper on the territory of the Yekaterinburg-City business quarter, which proudly adorned the city’s main embankment. The windows of the skyscraper offer a panoramic view of the Iset River, the embankment, the historic Plotinka square and the Church on the Blood. High-altitude ambitions The Iset Tower is …

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Mercury City Tower

“Tower Mercury” is a bright and noticeable, ultra-high skyscraper, located on the territory of the Moscow international business complex “Moscow-City”, on Krasnopresnenskaya embankment – 15. Elite skyscraper – within walking distance from Vystavochnaya metro station. Table of Contents “Mercury City” – a golden skyscraper The tower project is the result of the painstaking work of the …

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Gazprom Tower

The business center in St. Petersburg, the skyscraper erected by Gazprom, is called the Gazprom tower. Built in Lakhta, the historical part of the Primorsky district of St. Petersburg, the public and business complex is also called “Lakhta Center”.Here is the headquarters of the state concern “Gazprom” and its company. It is the tallest building in the …

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Oktyabrsky bridge

Dimensions: length 781 m, height 83 m Locality: Cherepovets Construction start 1970 / opening date: 1979 Designer: Lenpromtransniiproject Original name: October bridge The Oktyabrsky Bridge in Cherepovets is the first cable-stayed bridge to appear on the territory of Russia. It is thrown across the Sheksna River and will connect two districts of Cherepovets – Industrialny and …

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Ladoga Bridge

Dimensions: length 655 meters, width 24 meters Locality: Kirovsky district of the Leningrad region Construction start: 1978 / opening date: 1981 Original name: Ladoga bridge The Ladoga Bridge is thrown across the Neva and is a drawbridge. It is located a few kilometers from the source of the Neva, near the Murmansk highway and the village …

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Alexander Nevsky Bridge

Dimensions: length 905.7 meters Locality: Saint Petersburg Construction start 1960 / opening date: 1965 Original name: Alexander Nevsky bridge The Alexander Nevsky Bridge in St. Petersburg is the longest drawbridge. The crossing got its name in honor of Prince Alexander Nevsky, and its opening was timed to the anniversary of the October Revolution of 1917. History …

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Aksayskiy Most

Locality: Rostov-on-Don Construction start / opening date: 1964 Original name: Aksay bridge The Aksaysky bridge connects the two banks of the Don River in Rostov-on-Don and is a road bridge. It was opened in 1964 and became part of the M4 “Don” highway, connecting the city with the Aksay region. Description The length of the Aksai …

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Bugrinsky Bridge

Dimensions: length 2097.5 meters Locality: Novosibirsk General contractor: OJSC “Sibmost” Original name: Bugrinsky bridge Bugrinsky Bridge is the third crossing in Novosibirsk, built across the Ob River. It is considered one of the most ambitious projects, for the implementation of which modern materials and innovative construction methods were used. All residents of the city noted the appearance …

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