The Stream Bridge in the Old Town of Stockholm
The Stream Bridge (Strömbron) is the longest surviving temporary bridge in Stockholm. It was built in 1946 as a temporary solution to a traffic problem that was to be solved by the large Central Bridge a few years later. The bridge became so popular that it′s still there today. The name of the bridge comes from the water "the North Stream" that flows under the bridge.
Facts and history about The Stream Bridge
Length: 140 meters
Width: 20 meters
GPS: 59.32868 , 18.073078
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