Old Bridge (Maribor)

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The Old Bridge (Slovene: Stari most), also named the State Bridge (Državni most), the Main Bridge (Glavni most) and the Drava Bridge (Dravski most), is a bridge crossing the Drava River in Maribor, northeastern Slovenia. It links Carinthia Street (Koroška cesta) and Pobrežje Street (Pobreška cesta) and is 270 metres (890 ft) long.[1] Its central part, spanning across the Drava, is 166 m (545 ft) long and has three steel arches.[1]

The bridge was completed in 1913[2][3] and opened to traffic on 23 August of that year.[1] During World War II, it was damaged and later partially rebuilt.[1] The last renovations took place in 1990 and 1998.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e "Od jutri odprt obnovljen Stari most" [The Renovated Old Bridge Open for Traffic Since Tomorrow]. 24ur.com (in Slovene) (PRO PLUS, d. o. o.). 20 August 1998. 
  2. ^ (Slovene) [1]
  3. ^ (Slovene) [2]

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Coordinates: 46°33′20.74″N 15°38′45.26″E / 46.5557611°N 15.6459056°E / 46.5557611; 15.6459056