Mindaugas Bridge

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Mindaugas Bridge at night
Mindaugas Bridge as seen from top of Gediminas Tower.

The Mindaugas Bridge (Lithuanian: Mindaugo tiltas) is a bridge in Vilnius, Lithuania. It crosses Neris River and connects Žirmūnai elderate with the Old Town of Vilnius. The bridge was named after Mindaugas, King of Lithuania, and was opened in 2003 during the celebrations of the 750th anniversary of Mindaugas' coronation. The bridge is 101 metres (331 ft) in length and 19.7 metres (65 ft) in width.[1]


  1. ^ "Mindaugas Bridge". Structurae. Retrieved 2009-02-05.

Coordinates: 54°41′20″N 25°17′18″E / 54.68889°N 25.28833°E / 54.68889; 25.28833