Latitude and longitude of Borodinsky Bridge

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Borodinsky Bridge (Russian: Бороди́нский мост) is a steel plate girder bridge that spans Moskva River, connecting Dorogomilovo District and Kievsky Rail Terminal with the centre of Moscow, Russia (two kilometers due west from the Kremlin). The bridge was built in 1911–1912 as deck arch bridge by N.I. Oskolkov, M.I. Schekotov (structural engineering) and Roman Klein (architectural design).

Latitude: 55° 44' 25.79" N
Longitude: 37° 34' 14.39" E

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GPS coordinates of Borodinsky Bridge, Russian Federation

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