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Krakus rodowity
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It connects 2 historical districts: Kazimierz and Podgorze

The Krakow Pilsudski Bridge is named after Marshall Pilsudski, usually considered the father of Polish independence in 1918. The oldest existing bridge in Krakow (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. A typical for Krakow length of 150 m, and the typical 2-pillar construction. 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.


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