Fužine Bridge

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Fužine Bridge
Fužinski most
Coordinates 46°02′59″N 14°33′52″E / 46.049620°N 14.564486°E / 46.049620; 14.564486Coordinates: 46°02′59″N 14°33′52″E / 46.049620°N 14.564486°E / 46.049620; 14.564486
Crosses Ljubljanica
Locale Ljubljana
History
Construction end 1987

The Fužine Bridge (Slovene: Fužinski most) is a bridge crossing the Ljubljanica River near Fužine Castle in the eastern part of Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It was built in 1987 based on plans by Peter Gabrijelčič, who received the Prešeren Fund Award for it in 1988.[1] It was modelled upon bridges by Jože Plečnik.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Teržan, Vesna (1 March 2008). "Konstrukcija, ki postane del življenja" [A Construction That Becomes Part of Life]. Dnevnik.si (in Slovenian). 
  2. ^ Perko, Bogdan; Gabrijelčič, Peter (8 June 2009). "Mostov ni nikoli preveč" [There Are Never Too Many Bridges]. Finance. p. 16.