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Great Bridge of Hrazdan

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Great Bridge of Hrazdan

Great Bridge of Hrazdan
Great Bridge of Hrazdan
Crosses Hrazdan River
Locale Yerevan
Total length 309 m (1,013.8 ft)
Width 26 m (85.3 ft)
Height 60.5 m (198.5 ft)
Opened 1956
Daily traffic Dual carriageway

The Great Bridge of Hrazdan (Armenian: Հրազդանի Մեծ կամուրջ), more commonly known as Kievian Bridge (Armenian: Կիևյան կամուրջ), is an arch bridge for traffic linking across the Hrazdan River in Yerevan, Armenia. It connects the Kievian street of Arabkir district with the Leningradian street of Malatia-Sebastia district. It was designed by architect Grigor Aghababyan and constructed between 1949 and 1956.[1][2]

The Karen Demirchyan Complex and the Tumanyan Park are located around the bridge.


  1. ^ Bridges in Yerevan
  2. ^ Great Bridge of Hrazdan at
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