Lover's Bridge, Balashikha

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  • ... rather than attraction. The beauty of this construction speak at all. Go on it solely because of the need, and so would bypass for a mile off. Quiet dirty building, the same dirty, waterlogged River-stinky underneath. The only entertainment in the summer for kids and grandmothers-floating at the bottom of the ducks, and for grandpas-fishing straight from the bridge. In winter on ice ice fishing enthusiasts sit and walk on the bridge particularly unpleasant: wind blows away from the River, even in calm weather. Frankly I don't understand newlyweds who crawl into the Cloaca with your locks. Is it really better nothing you can think of at least a day of celebration? :))
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  • The old bridge, requiring major repairs. Lights don't shine, asphalt in the pits, on the supports with a scary looking. The pride of my city
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  • Lived in a new light with 1985 to 2006 and went to second on the balashikha did not know that this bridge lovers. at first it was a new pedestrian bridge with the beautiful headlights. what has changed now?! Bridge became not just a necessity to get into another area and most importantly Nui walks here I met her husband! so maybe he lived up to its name. ochnn' beautiful watch on River Pehorku with picturesque banks, before a bridge is visible was the Church of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin, and now all built houses, it is a pity certainly hope that soon will clean our river and a bridge even more pleasant will admire at its winding shore
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