The Bridge of Intelligentsia 3.3 rating

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Majestic railway bridge built in 50s, longest ferroconcrete railway bridge in Europe. It was build by forced labour of members of intelligentsia, who were transferred to manual professions by rule of communist government. As a monument to the stupidity of the communist rulers, only a single rail was laid on the two-rail bridge, because the second rail didn't fit into the tunnel on one bank. The bridge remains in service to this day and is used mainly for cargo trains. If you want to visit the bridge, take a tram from 'Karlovo náměstí' to station 'Bráník'; although bridge is not meant for pedestrians, it is accessible through stair ramps at pillars.

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 Branik, Prague

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