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Krymsky Bridge and River Tram

Krymsky Bridge and River Tram

There are over a hundred bridges in the Russian capital, but few are more famous than the Krymsky Bridge. It leads directly into Gorky Park. Krymsky (Crimean) Bridge was built in 1938 based on the design by engineer A.V. Vlasov. The river in this place is shallow and centuries ago it was known as the Krymsky (Crimean) ford where the Crimean Tatars were crossing the river during their raids. The modern bridge is 671 metres long and 33.3 metres wide.
"River Trams" is given name by Muscovites of the small passenger river boats, which float on the Moscow-river every half hour at summer season.
2004-07-03 12:27:35

Photo taken on 2004-07-03 at 12:27:35

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From: Bournemouth, UK
Date: 2003-09-25 15:34:50

I was in Moscow for two weeks on business. During this time I employed Arthur on a daily basis to take me to my numerous meetings around the city during the day as well as in the evening when I visited restaurants and bars. His knowledge of the city is excellent and he was able to find every address on time. He was always punctual and I found him pleasant and honest.

Using Arthur is much cheaper than using regular Moscow taxis which are very expensive and unreliable - on my previous trips to Moscow I used regular taxis and when I compared my expenses I found that using Arthur on a daily rate worked out cheaper than taking taxis. He is also a fun companion if you are travelling on your own. Highly recommended