Griboyedov Canal

Griboyedov Canal

The project of a pedestrian chain bridge across the Ekaterininsky Canal opposite the Nikolsky Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Facade, cut, details

Plans and drawings of waterways and highways (collection).
Project of a pedestrian chain bridge across the Ekaterininsky Canal opposite Nikolsky Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Facade, cut, details.
1832 г.
Федеральное казенное учреждение "Российский государственный исторический архив" (РГИА)
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