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The Hebbe Bridge in the Old Town of Stockholm

The Hebbe Bridge (Hebbes bro) has got its name after the wealthy merchant Simon Hebbe who lived at the Palace by the bridge in the 18:th century. It′s the fourth bridge at this place and it′s connecting the southern part of the island Riddarholmen with the main island of the Old Town.

Image of The Hebbe Bridge

Facts and history about The Hebbe Bridge

Inagurated: 1955--
Length: 35 meters
Width: 3 meters
GPS: 59.323946 , 18.065965

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