Tähtiniemi Bridge

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Tähtiniemi Bridge
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Coordinates 61°12′49″N 026°00′29″E / 61.21361°N 26.00806°E / 61.21361; 26.00806Coordinates: 61°12′49″N 026°00′29″E / 61.21361°N 26.00806°E / 61.21361; 26.00806
Carries Finnish national road 4 (E75)
Crosses Lake Ruotsalainen
Locale Heinola, Finland
Official name Tähtiniemen silta
Maintained by Finnish Transport Agency
Characteristics
Design cable-stayed harpform
Total length 924 m (3,031 ft)
Width 22.5 m (74 ft)
Height 105 m (344 ft)
Longest span 165 m (541 ft)
Clearance below 5.25 m (17.2 ft)
History
Designer Pekka Pulkkinen, WSP Finland
Opened November 1993

The Tähtiniemi Bridge (Finnish: Tähtiniemen silta, literally "Star cape bridge") is a cable-stayed harpform bridge in Heinola, Finland. It is 924 metres (3,031 ft) long and the second longest bridge of Finland. It carries the Finnish national road 4 (E75) across the Lake Ruotsalainen. The bridge was opened in November 1993.

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