Volodarsky BridgeEdit profile
Coordinates: 59°52′40″N 30°27′12″E / 59.87778°N 30.45333°E / 59.87778; 30.45333
The Volodarsky Bridge (Russian: Волода́рский мост) is a bridge across the Neva River in Saint Petersburg, Russia. The bridge connects Narodnaya and Ivanovskaya streets. The bridge length is 332 meters, the width is 24-27 meters. It is named after V. Volodarsky, a revolutionary, who was killed near the future bridge in 1918. The bridge was built in 1932-1936. Reconstructed 1990-1995.