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This bridge over the Fontanka river is the most famous thanks to its statues: 4 beautiful horsebreakers. Few people know that these statues are actually copies. The original were donated by the Tsar to the King of Prussia and to the King of Naples.
This bridge, which has 4 statutes of horses being tamed, is an impressive structure on Nevsky Prospect which is one of the major avenues in Saint Petersburg. It is worth having a stroll down the street and checking it out on the way to the...More
This bridge is far to busy and convoluted to give it a 5 star but I have to say than the 4 bronze statues of the horses in the 4 corners of the bridge are masterpieces and worth the visit on its own. Fantastic plastic...More
4 large statues anchor each corner of this bridge over the Neva. To get good pictures try and go early in the day or later in the afternoon but any time would work. The statues of men and their stallions have great detail.
This is a large bridge along the large Nevsky Prospect street. The constitution is beautiful and you can take great pictures of the river.
There are four beautiful statues on each corner that show a man taming a horse. You are supposed to look at...More
I'm not sure there's anything particularly special about the bridge except for the four horse training statues. The statues have some historical interest but I wouldn't go out of my way to visit. We were in St Petersburg for five days and drove past this...More