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Petofi Bridge, Budapest

Categories: Bridges, Tourist Spots
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Petőfi híd or Petőfi Bridge is a bridge in Budapest, connecting Pest and Buda across the Danube. It is the second southernmost public bridge in Budapest.Its two ends are Boráros tér Goldmann György tér The bridge was built between 1933–1937, according to the plans of Hubert Pál Álgyay. It is 514 m in length and 25.6 m in width and rebuilt after the Second World War.
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  • Why is this on here? It's not one of the ornate, historical bridges of Budapest. It's not a modern marvel of engineering. It's not a bad bridge, don't get me wrong, it gets you perfectly across the ri...  read more »
  • עברנו דרך הגשר כאשר עשינו שייט לילי בדנובה . אחד מבין הגשרים העצומים והגדולים שיש בבודפשט לא ניתן להשוואה לגשר השלשלאות שהוא האבה יותר יפה ומיוחד. עוד גשר... 
  • Many of the bridges of the Danube border of Budapest, this is the most public and private project promoters. Views from the bridge is, of course, stunning as the others, but the area itself is not anything out of the ordinary.
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