Haliç Bridge on the Golden Horn.
|Locale||Ayvansaray–Halıcıoğlu, Istanbul, Turkey|
|Official name||Haliç Köprüsü|
|Other name(s)||Halic Bridge
Golden Horn Bridge
|Owner||Metropolitan Municipality of Istanbul|
|Total length||995 m (3,264 ft)|
|Width||32 m (105 ft)|
|Height||22 m (72 ft)|
|Engineering design by||IHI Corporation
Julius Berger-Bauboag AG
|Opened||10 September 1974|
Haliç Bridge is a highway bridge on the Golden Horn (Turkish: Haliç) in Istanbul, Turkey. It connects the neighborhoods of Ayvansaray in the southwest and Halıcıoğlu in the northwest. The bridge carries the motorway .
It was constructed between 1971 and 1974, and entered service on 10 September 1974. The engineering firms which undertook the construction works were IHI Corporation of Japan and Julius Berger-Bauboag AG of Germany.
The bridge has a length of 995 m (3,264 ft), a width of 32 m (105 ft), and a height of 22 m (72 ft) above sea level.
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