Tuchkov bridge

Tuchkov bridge His name has two versions of origin:
on behalf of the merchant Abraham Tuchkova, which bought part of the bridge in St. Petersburg, and supported them in good condition or on behalf of the engineer, raising it until much later. Vprevye bridge appeared in the middle of the 18th century and even then was the longest in the city. Over time, he only improved poyavilsi-spans and an adjustable mechanism, artificial asphalt; parts are replaced by steel, and when shipping has expanded and opened the Volga-Baltic channel-reinforced concrete. Now it is planned to make a public single embankment with buildings nearby buildings.