14. The Cracow Pilsudski Bridge is named after Marshall Pilsudski, usually considered the father of Polish independence in 1918. The oldest existing bridge in Cracow (originally built 1933, re-built after the war); when constructed, it was the third one and so originally named ("The Third Bridge"). Very picturesque bridge, which I like very much for some personal reasons. A typical for Cracow length of 150 m, and the typical 2-pillar constuction. Width 19 m. Accommodates also the tram track. Nice views on maybe not the most interesting, but still picturesque Kazimierz district. Vistula looks a bit like a channel here. Framework is not original, but I like it more than the previous one.
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