34. The Warsaw Gdanski Bridge is located on site of the so-called Second Citadelle Bridge, destroyed during WWII. Opened in 1959, together with the twin railroad bridge, located few meters away. Named after the city of Gdansk (for reasons which are obscure to me), it is the shortest of Warsaw bridges (just 404 m); also not particularly wide (17 m). The unique double-deck construction hosts tram tracks and bicycle paths below the level designed for cars. Serves mostly the local traffic; gets clogged during rush hours, when cars find it difficult to leave the bridge on the right bank. My favourite Warsaw bridge; you can meet me here biking around 11 PM.
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