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Large Stone Bridge

Gatchina park

The three-arch Large Stone Bridge was erected in the 1790s, supposedly to the design of Vincenzo Brenna. The characteristic decorative devices employed by the architect in his earlier structures testify to this. This three-arch bridge was adorned with a balustrade. It affords a splendid view of the White Lake and the park. During the war of 1941-45 the bridge was blown up. In 1948, the bridge floor and railings were made of wood, but it still awaits restoration.