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Bogdan Khmelnitsky (Kievsky) Pedestrian Bridge and Moscow State University. Instead of scrapping the old steel arch, city planners re-used it as a structural core of the new pedestrian bridge, half a mile upstream. Originally named Kievsky (Киевский мост), i.e. 'Kiev Bridge', this bridge is now officially named after Bohdan Khmelnytskyi (Мост Богдана Хмельницкого), hetman of the Zaporozhian Cossack Hetmanate of Ukraine. Main pedestrian walkway and stairs are competely enclosed in a glass canopy; there are two open-air side walkways. Shoreside pillars and staircases of grey stone are a close but simplified copy of the original Krasnoluzhsky bridge approaches. The bridge was opened on the official Day of Moscow, September 2, 2001. Completion was in such a rush that it made its way into the official Bridges of Moscow reference book (2004 edition)
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