Danube Bridge River Bridge, also called Friendship Bridge is a steel construction bridge over the Danube between Rousse and Giurgiu. Its length is 2.80 km llength and passes at a height of 30 meters above the water. It is built on two levels - for trains and cars. The middle part can be raised when large ships sail. So far this is the only bridge over the Danube along the border between Bulgaria and Romania at a distance of 500 km.
Vidin-Calafat bridge The Vidin-Calafat is a planned for construction road and railway bridge over the Danube, which should connect the towns of Vidin, Bulgaria and Romania in the pouch. The bridge will have a length of 1971 meters and include two lanes in each direction.
Asparuhov Bridge Asparuhov Bridge is a bridge in northeastern Bulgaria. Located in the city of Varna it connects Asparuhovo and Galata districts with the city center, representing the only link in the navigation as channelconnecting the lake with the Black Sea.
Bebresh (Viaduct) Bebresh viaduct is a bridge in western Bulgaria. It is at about 1000 m altitude in the Balkan Mountains and was completed in 1985. Its construction includes a simple prestressed beams with a length of 60 meters. They are located over 2 holes at equal length of the bridge 720 meters. The choice of relatively small holes in the beams enforces a large number of unusually high pillars - the tallest of them reaches 120 meters.
Belenski Bridge Belene is an arch bridge, located over the Yantra River at 1 km from the town of Byala whose name the bridge is called. It was built by Kolyo Ficheto and is considered as the his best achievement. Construction works on it began in 1865 and were accomplished in 1867. It is 276 meters long and 9 m wide. The bridge is made from local carved limestone and lime mortar. After flooding in 1897 eight arches in the middle of the bridge were destroyed. In 1922-23, the bridge was reconstructed with reinforced concrete pillars and arches but the original construction is not changed.
Devils Bridge (Ardino) Devils Bridge is a medieval bridge over the Arda River. The bridge was built in the early 16th century. The bridge is located at 420 meters altitude, surrounded on both sides by steep slopes of up to 800 meters altitude. Its length is 56 meters, width - 3.5 m . The height of the central arch is from 11.50 to 12 meters and the edge is preserved by stone parapet which height is 12 cm.
Iron Bridge (Kyustendil) Iron bridge is a bridge over the River Banshtitsa running through the district of Kyustendil. The bridge was built in 1909 and it connects the railway station to the central town square. In 1969 the bridge was rebuilt and extended with a reinforced concrete structure. The four ends are decorated by sculptural female figures made of white Vratza stone.
Kadin Bridge The Kadin most is a 15th- century stone arch bridge over the Struma River at Nevestino, Kyustendil Province, in southwestern Bulgaria. It was constructed in 1470 on the order of Isak Pasha during the reign of Ottoman sultan Mahmud I, as evidenced by the Ottoman Turkish stone inscription on one of the sides. The bridge has three arches, its longest span is 20 m.
Korenishki dol Korenishki dol Glen is Korenishki viaduct bridge in western Bulgaria. It is at about 1000 m altitude in the Balkan Mountains. Its construction includes simple prestressed beams with a length of 60 meters. They are located above the hole in 8 equal length parts of the bridge which is 480 meters.
Bridge Rowing base "Plovdiv" Bridge Rowing base "Plovdiv" is a pedestrian bridge, completed in 1989 and located above the rowing channel "Plovdiv". Bridge is one of the largest facilities in the world of this type. The main supporting structure is from presful tension concrete slab with thickness of 32 cm.
Mustafa Pasha Bridge The Old Bridge or Mustafa Pasha Bridge is a 16th-century arch bridge over the Maritsa in Svilengrad, southern Bulgaria. Completed in 1529, it was built on the order of the Ottoman vizier Çoban Mustafa Pasha. The bridge was the first major work designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan. The bridge is 295 m long, 6 m wide and has 20 or 21 arches.
Covered Bridge in Lovech Covered Bridge in Lovech is covered bridge over the River Osum in Lovech. The bridge connects the newpart of town with architectural and historical reserve and quarter "Varosha". It is the only of its kind on the Balkan Peninsula. In Europe there are only three such bridges - in Lucerne, Florence and Erfurt. Covered Bridge is the official symbol of Lovech.
Some interesting facts: It was completely destroyed by a flood in 1872 and the local police chief ordered the famous Bulgarian master builder Kolyu Ficheto to construct a new one. Ficheto personally chose the material for the wooden bridge. Each citizen of Lovech contributed to the building process, the poorer ones working themselves and the wealthier donating money and paying other workers. Building finished in 1874. The initial bridge had a length of 84 m and 6 vents and accommodated 64 shops. It was, however, wholly destroyed by fire on the night of 2 to 3 August 1925. A more modern bridge was constructed at its place in 1931 only to be replaced by a reconstruction of Kolyu Fichetos design in 1981-1982. The current bridge is 106 m long and has 14 shops, the architect being Zlatev.
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