Malo-Kalinkin Bridge


The Malo-Kalinkin bridge connects Kolomensky and Pokrovsky Islands over the Griboyedov Canal in the Admiralteysky District of St. Petersburg.

This is the last bridge across the Griboyedov Canal (in total there are 21 bridges). The bridge is located in a place of a confluence of the Canal into the Fontanka River. From this bridge you can observe the Admiralty Shipyard and port cranes.

The bridge was named for Kalinkina village that existed here in the 18th century.

It is mentioned in the literature that young people liked getting in fistfights near the Malo-Kalinkin bridge, and only the arrival of policemen could stop them.

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