The Riddarholm Bridge in the Old Town of Stockholm
The Riddarholmen Bridge (Riddarholmsbron) is together with the North Bridge (Norrbro) the oldest bridge in the Old Town. The first Riddarholmen Bridge dates back to 1462 and the present was being built in 1958. The name comes from the island "Riddarholmen" which means "The Island of the Knights".
Facts and history about The Riddarholm Bridge
Length: 90 meters
Width: 13 meters
GPS: 59.325391 , 18.065622
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