Mariánský most

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Mariánský most
Mariánský Most.jpg
Mariánský most from the left riverside of Elbe
Coordinates50°39′30″N 14°02′30″E / 50.6583333°N 14.0416667°E / 50.6583333; 14.0416667 (Mariánský most)Coordinates: 50°39′30″N 14°02′30″E / 50.6583333°N 14.0416667°E / 50.6583333; 14.0416667 (Mariánský most)
CrossesElbe
LocaleÚstí nad Labem
Official nameMariánský most
Characteristics
Design2 pylons, 15 cables each
Height60 metres (200 ft) (pylon)
Longest span179 metres (587 ft)
History
Construction start1993
Construction end1998
Opened1998

Mariánský most is a cantilever spar cable-stayed bridge for the road transport, bicycles and pedestrians in the city of Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic. It was opened in 1998 and is the third bridge in the city. It was designed by the architect Roman Koucký.

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The bridge has a cantilever spar composed of 2 pylons, each of them containing 15 steel cables that hold the bridge deck. The length of bridge deck is 179 m and the height of pylons is 60 m. The weight of the bridge is 3500 tons. The used material is the steel and ferroconcrete.

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